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Are Tampons dangerous?

Fact or Fiction – Toxic Shock Syndrome:
Are Tampons dangerous?

Facts: Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) is found in 1-17 women per 100.000 women who are menstruating. The risk is higher for teenage girls and women under age 30. The only way to avoid TSS from tampon use is to not use them at all.

Symptoms of TSS appear rapidly and include high fever, vomiting, a feeling of dizziness, loose stools and head and body aches. You may also develop a red rash on your hands and feet, see redness around your eyes and throat, develop a cough, feel confused and even have a seizure. This condition is very serious and can be deadly. If you suspect you have TSS you should remove your tampon and go to the emergency room immediately. Let them know you think you may have TSS. Lightheadedness and confusion are common with TSS so it is best to have someone else drive or call an ambulance.

Are tampons dangerous? It seems they can be. Each women should weigh the pros and cons and decide if she wishes to use them or not. We advice in your best interest: use our Love moon Anionic sanitary napkins.
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  • The use of poor quality sanitary napkins caused 62% of the women to be infected?
  • On average, a women needs about 3 to 6 days a month for the treatment of vaginal infections?
  • If a women begins to suffer rom vaginal infections at the age of 20, she will spend at least an estimated 6 years of her life on medical treatments?

Why is it so easy for women to suffer from bacterial infections during menstruation?

As much as 107 bacteria can reside on per cm 2 surface of a common sanitary napkin, an excellent environment for the growth and multiplication of bacteria and harmful viruses, after a continuous use of two hours.

Common symptoms of bacterial infections during menstruation:


  • Slight fever
  • External vaginal inflammation
  • Itchy skin
  • Vaginal inflammation
  • Cervical inflammation
  • Endometrial inflammation
  • Extreme white discharge
  • Searing heat or pain in the lower abdomen

Fever, nausea, urge to urinate, urinal pain, sore waist, aching waist and fatigue are symptoms of bacterial infections during menstruation, which may lead to more threathening gyneacological diseases.

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