Tampax Regular Tampons with applicator are specially designed to open easily, to be inserted easily and provide effective protection.
Tampax Regular specially designed for extra protection thanks to its new protective skirt. With easy insertion thanks to the Tampax Anti Slip Grip & the silky smooth finish and rounded tip. Tampax Fresh Regular has great effective performance as the tampon expands to fit teh shape of your body and gives you all the protection you would expect from Tampax. Tampax Regular Tampons with applicator are east to open thanks to their new wrapper design, easy to insert thanks to their silky smooth finish and rounded tip and they provide effective protection as the tampon expands to fit the shape of your body, giving you all the protection that you would expect from Tampax.
Directions for the use of Tampax Regular: Remember to wash your hands before and after inserting and removing your the tampon. You should change your tampon every 4 to 8 hours Be sure to use the lowest absorbency tampon for your flow. Always remove your used tampon before inserting a new one. Be sure to remove your last tampon at the end of your period. Tampons are designed to absorb menstrual flow only. Do not use a tampon in anticipation of your period or to absorb non-menstrual vaginal discharge. If you wish to use this product overnight, you may do so, provided that you insert a fresh tampon before retiring and remove it immediately upon waking.You should never wear a tampon for more than 8 hours.
Precautions to consider with the use of Tampax Regular: Toxic Shock Syndrom (TSS) is a rare but serious illness. It is caused by the toxins produced by the bacterium Staphylococcus aureus which is commonly found in the nose and vagina. TSS can occur in men, women and children. Approximately one-half of the cases occur in menstruating women and girls. Menstrual TSS is associated with tampon use. It is more likely to occur in teenage girls and women under 30 than in older women. Early recognition and treatment of the symptoms are important You can reduce the risk of menstrual TSS by using a pad instead of a tampon at least once each day during your menstrual period and by using the tampon with the minimum absorbency required to meet your needs. You can also essentially eliminate the risk of menstrual TSS by not using tampons. You should carefully read all product packaging and labels prior to use
Side Effects to consider with the use of Tampax Regular: TSS can occur anytime during menstruation or shortly thereafter. It can rapidly progress from flu-like symptoms to a serious illness that can be fatal. The warning signs of TSS are listed below, but all of them may not be present: High fever Vomiting Diarrhea Rash that looks like sunburn Dizziness Muscle aches Fainting or near fainting when standing up Skin peeling may occur in later stages of the illness. If you have one or more of these symptoms, you must immediately: Remove Tampon Seek medical attention Tell your doctor if you have been using a tampon and are concerned about TSS If you had TSS once you can get it again. You should talk to your doctor before using tampons if you have had symptoms of TSS in the past.
Size: 20 tampons
- Availability: In Stock