How To Use Sanitary Pads:
Alright, so it’s finally that time of your life. when you first start menstruating and have to start using a sanitary pads. I know getting your period can be nerve racking, but its something EVERY GIRL goes through. Well, now when you first start your period, many girls opt for a pad since it may be the easiest before trying out a tampon.
Pads Four Components:
So luckily using a sanitary napkin is super simple, but let me just break down the different types.
Thinner pads for periods are generally used for your lighter days.
On the box of the pad it will tell you what the absorbency level is obviously you’ll want something more absorbent on your heavier days, like a maxi pad.
Since there are different types of underwear there are different pads. However, pads are usually built for normal underwear, not thongs. There are specific thong underwear pads but they are basically pantyliners which means you should only wear them on your super light days. Similarly, there are night time pads that are made longer, for when you are lying down.
Wings vs no wings. Wings are those little stick pieces on the side of your pads that stick around your underwear. They ensure that your pad stays in place and doesn’t lodge to the side. Personal preference here.
Okay so now that we got that out of the way, how do you put a pad on?
How To use:
- So you can start by either sitting down or standing but pull your underwear down just below your knees.
- Remover the pad from the wrapper. You may want to keep it later to dispose of. Never EVER throw a pad in the toilet. They don’t flush.
- Remove the thin stick strip from the back. That is the part that goes down into your panties and place the pad directly beneath your vagina. You don’t want to have it up the front or too far back.
- To remove, just pull the pad off your underwear. Remember to change your pad every few hours.
Now a pad can be a bit restrictive so you may want to wear looser clothes. Either way, the pad follows the curve of your body so it wont be visible.
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