Do I have to take the tampon out every time I go to the bathroom?Updated 26 March 2014 under Ask Us.
No, you don’t have to remove the tampon every time you urinate (pee) or defecate (poop). Urine (pee) and feces come out of different holes. Take the tampon out only […]Read more »
Can I swim if I’m wearing a tampon?Updated 26 March 2014 under Ask Us.
Yes. One of the benefits to using tampons is that you can participate in all water and physical activities, whether or not you have your period! Occasionally, the tampon may […]Read more »
How do you wear a tampon?Updated 26 March 2014 under Ask Us.
Tampons, like pads, are products used to absorb menstrual flow. They’re made of soft cotton pressed together to form a cylinder-like shape so that they can be easily inserted into […]Read more »
Should I sleep with a tampon in?Updated 26 March 2014 under Ask Us.
Yes, but it’s best to use a pad at night unless you can get up and change your tampon at least every 4-6 hours to lessen your chance of getting […]Read more »
Menstrual Period: General InformationUpdated 23 August 2022 under Health Guides.
Puberty is the time when your body changes because of hormones produced by your ovaries. Puberty usually starts between age 8 and 13 and includes growth of your breasts, the […]Read more »