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What is the difference between tampon and sanitary pad?

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           What is the difference between tampon and sanitary pad?

             What is the difference between tampon and sanitary pad?

Tampon and sanitary pads are the most commonly used menstrual products. The choice between 

tampons and sanitary pads is personal preference. Tampons are more discreet and comfortable 

but carry a slight risk of toxic shock syndrome (TSS). On the contrary, sanitary pads carry no such 

risk but tend to be bulkier and inconvenient.

 

For their first period or experience with menstruation, most young girls prefer to use sanitary pads, 

as they tend to be bit more user-friendly. They are available in many sizes and types and they 

stick onto the inside of the underwear. 

 

Some of them have extra wings on the sides, which keep the pad even more firmly in place. Sanitary 

pads can be changed as needed and this depends on the heaviness of the blood flow, but a general 

rule of thumb is to change them every four hours or so to make sure odor free protection.

 

A major difference between tampons and pads is that tampons are much more convenient once the use 

of them has been mastered. However, it is a bit daunting that they must be inserted into the vagina. It 

is great that swimming with a tampon is not a problem, and playing sports becomes easier and more 

comfortable.

 

There is a disadvantage to using tampons, and that is the slight risk of contracting TSS, which is a very 

rare syndrome that is caused by the growth of bacteria in the tampon. The bacteria can enter the 

bloodstream and cause a potentially fatal illness. This usually only happens when the tampon is not 

changed for a long period of time, such as 24 hours.

 

One of the fears of using a tampon is that it will somehow get lost in the vagina. This is a groundless 

fear, as the opening of the cervix is too small for a tampon to pass through. Some women prefer to 

use both tampons and sanitary pads in order to decrease the risk of leakage, especially when the 

period is at its heaviest, which is usually in the first couple of days.