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Rx as any rash: Pads create a moist environment. Use a drying powder, but b sure it is not a fungus infection which would need a medicated powder so c u r gyn & use cotton panties. Also switching 2 tampons is an option or if you prefer not 2 use them then switch brands. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Different: A tampon is a bullet shaped absorbent cotton suppository with a string on the end. Sometimes it comes with an applicator to help with insertion. The tampon is inserted into your vagina, through the hymen opening. Depending on your hymen, it may fit through or not. Once it fills with blood, it expands a bit, so pulling it out can be harder than putting it in. Everyone's hymen is different. ...Read more
Neither: This is a comfort and appearance choice. Used appropriately neither is more "hygienic" than the other, and neither, used correctly, will cause infection. ...Read more
Is it possible for a spotting to last for 5 days where 1st & 2nd day soaked the sanitary pad. And the 3rd-5th day were light bleeding. ?
Period: I would call that more of a period than spotting. ...Read more
Hi Doc, I've just started my cycle today, I noticed two tissue like things on the sanitary pad, what could it be?
You are correct.: Hello, When you are having your menstrual period you are bleeding because blood vessels are broken. You also are shedding the lining of the uterus. When you see tissue- like pieces on the pad that is exactly what they are, tissue. It is normal to see this from time to time. Do not worry. ...Read more
Period 2 weeks late, now I'm spotting. Well I only know I'm spotting because I went in there. Nothing has come down on the Sanitary Pad.
I finished my bc pill 3 days ago and last night i suffered cramps and this morning thick thick skin, quite large was on my sanitary pad, what is it?
Hi. Is it possible to get pregnant if my boyfriend ejaculated on my inner thigh? I had a sanitary pad and panties on.
After my periods i got allergy because of sanitary pads in my vaginal area tell me any cream to sooth it.?
I have a clear watery discharge after my period. It's quite a large amount that requires me to wear a sanitary pad. Could this be peri menapausal?
Discharge: I wouldn't make that assumption. I would get checked for an infection first. The perimenopause is more likely to cause irregular periods, though at 47 you are likely perimenopausal. The perimenopause is the 5-7 years before the true menopause occurs. Average age of menopause is 51 years 3 months. ...Read more
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