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I have been using sanitary napkins since my menstrual cycle began. However, the flow on the first few days is uncontrollable which has made it necessary for me to switch to a more foolproof option. There have been many concerns regarding tampons, which has made me skeptical about using them.
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Hey there!

Thanks for your question. Yes, it is safe to use a tampon. Tampons are sterile (free from any kind of infection) but washing your hands before using them will add to the safety. Don’t use the tampon if it falls upon the floor or gets exposed to dirt. Throw it right away.

Please read here some information we published about tampons.

Feel free to reach out to us again if you have more questions.



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I heard it can happen that you forget a tampon in your vagina... what happens then, is it very dangerous?
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