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Tampons & Birth

Tampons & Birth

Tampons & Birth   Tampons are taboo for at least six to eight weeks after giving birth. The reason for this is that the uterine wall has to heal first. The post-birth vaginal discharge takes care of cleaning out the „baby cave“ tissue. This tissue has to flow... read more
Which tampon size is right for me?

Which tampon size is right for me?

Which tampon size is right for me?   Young girls should always begin with the smallest tampon size. Later on, the required absorption capacity depends on how heavy the bleeding is. As a rule, you should always use the smallest possible tampon size for your needs.... read more
How are tampons used?

How are tampons used?

How are tampons used? Here you will receive a step-by-step guide for good-bye tampons: This is how to insert the tampon: Hold the tampon at the round end with one hand and remove the protective film at the bottom – where the blue removal cord is- by moving the... read more
Tampons & young girls

Tampons & young girls

Tampons & young girls   The first bleeding means a new stage in life for young girls. It is a stage which they must get used to. This is also the case for the body. Menstruation is irregular at the beginning. It normally takes several months until the cycle... read more
Menstruation occurs every four weeks

Menstruation occurs every four weeks

Menstruation occurs every four weeks   The very first menstruation reveals that puberty has arrived. It normally begins between 10 and 14 years of age. This indicates that the person is now of childbearing age. And here is what is happening in the body: At the... read more
Tampons & Sports

Tampons & Sports

Tampons & Sports   Tampons are ideal for ease of movement and while you are playing sports. They do not bother you and make you feel more secure. Tampons enable you to continue to do any activity you wish, for example, riding, dancing or gymnastics. They are... read more

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