How To Use A TamponFreyja
February 27, 2023
Everyone has a preference when it comes to period products, with the recent invention of the mooncup, many tampon users are switching to a less toxic, more sustainable and eco friendly way of handling our periods.
Let's face it, that time of the month is no ones favourite time of the month, so having a period product you can rely on, makes life easier. So if you are a tampon user, here are a few tips to make your experience safer and easier.
Choose a natural and toxin free tampon, ever wondered why you get period pains? Many of these instances are linked to toxins in the product. Trying a natural cotton, plastic free or non toxic tampon can improve your period experience but also helps the environment.
When inserting a tampon, if you are new to it, lay on your back and slide the tampon into your vagina. It should sit comfortably inside without falling out. If inserted correctly you should almost not be able to notice it's there.
Remember it is there! Not noticing you have a tampon in is great! Until you forget it's there, this is an incredibly dangerous mistake and can lead to toxic shock syndrome, so if you are someone that forgets easily set yourself a reminder of when to change your tampon.
Using a pad at night is a safer way to do things, having a tampon in for 8-10 hours is not how they were designed to be used.
When taking the tampon out gently pull on the string until it slides out of your vagina. Dispose of it in a clean and hygienic manor, making sure it is in a closed bin that children and pets won't get into.
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