A menstrual pad is a type of menstrual hygiene product that is worn externally, unlike tampons and menstrual cups, which are worn inside the vagina.

What Are Pads? Pads are rectangles of absorbent material that attach to the inside of a girl’s underwear and catch menstrual blood. They’re sometimes also called sanitary pads or sanitary napkins.

Why do you need pads for periods?

Menstrual pads are worn by women to absorb menstrual discharge, thereby protecting clothing and furnishings. They are usually individually wrapped so they are easier and more discreet to carry in a purse or bag.

Why are pads important?

Neglecting to wash hands after changing menstrual products can spread infections, such as hepatitis B and thrush. Studies have found that giving out sanitary pads to girls leads to a significant reduction in sexually transmitted infections and bacterial vaginosis (Benshaul Tolonen et al.


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