Internal Tampons vs External Tampons

During menstruation, all we want is to be as clean as possible. If we honestly could admit, no woman loves very much these days. The “dispute” about internal vs external tampons is subjective, because there  are supporters for both versions, so producers have every reason to produce both types of tampons. In this article I will talk about internal tampons vs external tampons.

On some of tampons prospects is written that 1%  of women may develop toxic shock syndrome, which is fatal. It is produced by a bacterium which is normally in the internal flora: Golden Staphylococcus, which in the right environment during menstruation develops very much.

If the internal tampon hurts vagina walls, MRSA infection enters into the blood causing a very dangerous infection. At first, it acts as a common cold, accompanied by vomiting, diarrhea and you don’t given it a special attention. When complications occur, most often it is too late.

It was treated with antibiotics and with a large amount of liquid. If these symptoms occurred once, it is likely to show another time. In the case of sexually transmitted diseases, internal tampons increase the risk of infection.

Candida and other fungi grow rapidly in the environment created by the presence of internal tampoo. There are women who appreciate internal tampons because they simply do not create any discomfort during menstruation.

So, in comparison with internal tampons, external tampons do not expose you to all these risks.

It is very recommended to maintain a strict hygiene, washing our hands before and after using internal tampons, keeping it for no more than four hours and never overnight.

Inside of the external tampons there are toxic substances such as asbestos and dioxin, which are used to give the appearance of pure white, but increase the unpleasant symptoms of menstruation and increase bleeding which of course leads to increased sales.

If menstrual bleeding lasts longer than seven days, you should visit a doctor. 

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