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Preguntas Frequentes

En esta página, hemos recopilado y respondido a algunas de las preguntas más comunes que podrías tener sobre nuestros productos y servicios relacionados con la higiene femenina. Ya sea que seas nueva en el uso de compresas y tampones o estés buscando información detallada sobre nuestros productos, estamos aquí para ayudarte.

  • How do I choose between tampons and pads?
    The choice between tampons and pads depends on your personal preferences and comfort. If you are new to using menstrual products, you can try both to see which one is most comfortable for you. Some people prefer tampons during intense physical activities, while others feel safer with pads. You can also alternate between both according to your needs and the intensity of your menstrual flow.
  • How do you use digital tampons correctly?
    To use a tampon correctly, follow these steps: Wash your hands and remove the paper packaging. Place yourself in a comfortable position, with your muscles relaxed. One of the ways to have good access to the vaginal area is by standing, with your knees slightly bent and apart, or by placing one foot on the toilet. Stretch the cord and pull it firmly to check that the cord is tied securely. Check that the two ends of the cord are knotted. Place your index finger on the base of the tampon. Insert the tampon into the vagina; It will be easier if your body is relaxed. Push the tampon into the vagina as deep as possible at an angle. The cord should hang outside your body. When the tampon is inserted correctly you don't feel anything. If you feel uncomfortable, it means you haven't inserted the tampon deep enough. You should remove the tampon and use a new one, making sure you insert it deeply. Wash your hands.
  • How are pads used correctly?
    To use a pad correctly, follow these steps: Wash your hands before handling the compress. Peel off the adhesive tape on the back of the pad. Place the pad on the inside of your underwear, making sure it is centered and snug. Make sure the pad covers the entire area where there might be menstrual flow. Change the pad according to the manufacturer's instructions or when you feel it is full.
  • Are tampons and pads safe?
    Yes, tampons and pads from trusted, quality brands are safe to use during your period. However, it is important to change them regularly to avoid the build-up of bacteria and the risk of infections. Always follow the manufacturer's instructions and consult a doctor if you have concerns about irritation, allergies or other related problems.
  • What is the difference between tampons with an applicator and tampons without an applicator?
    Tampons with an applicator come with a tube or device that makes it easy to insert the tampon into the vagina. Tampons without an applicator are inserted manually with your fingers. Some people prefer tampons with an applicator for their convenience, while others opt for tampons without an applicator due to environmental or personal concerns.
  • Can I use tampons overnight?
    Yes, there are tampons with a higher absorbency capacity for use during the night. However, it is important to change your tampon before going to bed and as soon as you wake up to avoid potential health risks. The FDA recommends not using them at night.
  • Can I use tampons if I am a virgin?
    Yes, virgins can use tampons, but it's important to start with a smaller size and practice inserting carefully. Tampons can offer comfort and discretion, but it's crucial to relax during insertion to minimize discomfort.
  • How do I avoid leaks during my period?
    To avoid leaks, be sure to use tampons or pads with the appropriate absorbency for your menstrual flow. Change products regularly, especially on heavy flow days. You can also wear absorbent panties or menstrual underwear as an extra layer of protection.
  • Can I use tampons and pads at the same time?
    Yes, some people combine tampons and pads for extra protection, especially on heavy flow days. This can provide additional peace of mind and help prevent leaks.
  • How do I dispose of tampons and pads properly?
    Tampons and pads should be disposed of in the trash and not down the toilet, as they can clog pipes. For a greener option, consider reusable menstrual products like menstrual cups or washable menstrual underwear.

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