What are the most common tampon mistakes that women make

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What are the common tampon mistakes that women make

During periods women opt for different types of products to manage the flow of blood. Some women opt for sanitary napkins whereas some opt for tampons. Tampons are simply wand-like structures that are put right at the source of blood flow. Tampons help the women everywhere to continue with physical activities without worrying about the blood flow. However, many times women make plenty of mistakes while using a tampon. These mistakes can actually be harmful to your health, so it is important to be aware of them so that you can avoid them in long run. Let’s find out more about them. (Also read: What are the warning signs of leukaemia that every woman should know)

Not washing your hand after using tampons
Before using the tampons it is important to wash your hands as it helps to remove the microbes from your hands. Similarly, it is important to wash your hands after using the tampon to maintain your personal hygiene.

Using it overnight
You should never ever use the tampon overnight. This leads to the possibility of toxic shock syndrome. Therefore it is important to use pads during the night instead of tampons. (Also read: Menstrual cups, sanitary pads or tampons: Which one is better for you)

Not changing the tampon after pooping
When you poop the tampon often gets out or sometimes it is out completely. Therefore, it runs the risk of infections and other problems. So, remember to remove or change the tampon after pooping.

Using the scented tampons
This is an awful mistake to make. The scented tampons contain chemicals which are extremely dangerous. These chemicals can harm your vagina and lead to infections and other problems.

Using the tampon with the wrong absorption
Every woman has a different kind of blood flow during the periods. Some women have a heavier flow which is why they prefer a heavy absorbent tampon. However, if a woman has a light flow and even then she uses the same tampon, it can lead to vaginal dryness and itching.  (Also read: What happens when you don’t change your tampon regularly)

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