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How to put on wipes

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Sanitary napkins, also called sanitary napkins, sanitary napkins or menstrual pads, come in many sizes and shapes. They are available in various thicknesses and lengths. Thicker and longer sanitary napkins are designed for heavier menstrual flow. They also have different shapes to match neither underwear nor underwear. Some have wings. Sanitary napkins with wings have two flaps that bend along the sides of your underwear to prevent menstrual fluid from getting on your panties. Another available option is disposable and reusable. Disposable sanitary napkins are convenient because you throw them away after use. Reusable sanitary napkins are more earth friendly because they do not end up in landfills. Which panel to use is a matter of personal preference. Try different types to find the ones you prefer.

Disposable Sanitary Napkins

Remove the sanitary pad from the packaging and unroll it.

Sit in the toilet and pull your underwear just above your knees.

Remove the strip to reveal adhesive on the back of the sanitary napkin. If you use a sanitary napkin with wings, there will be three strips - the main and one on each wing.

Put the sanitary napkin, adhesive down, onto the crotch of the underwear. Fold the wings, if applicable, on the sides of the crotch of the underwear and press them against the lower panties. If you are using a sanitary napkin designed for thong underwear, make sure that the wider part of the napkin is facing your underwear.

Pull underwear and check if the sanitary pad is in the correct position. It should cover the entire opening of your vagina. If this is not the case, pull the underwear, remove the sanitary napkin and put it back on the back or back in the underwear, depending on what is suitable.

Check your sanitary napkin every two hours to see if you need to change it. If the sanitary napkin is wet on the surface and no longer absorbs menstrual fluids, it's time to change it.

Fold the used sanitary napkin as it was when you first removed it from the package. Wrap toilet paper around the sanitary napkin and throw it in the trash.

Reusable Sanitary Napkins

Sit in the toilet and pull your underwear just above your knees.

Place a sanitary napkin on the crotch of your underwear with the latches on the wings facing you.

Fold the wings on the sides of the crotch of underwear. Fasten the latches to hold the sanitary napkin.

Check your sanitary napkin every two hours to see if you need to change it. If the sanitary napkin is wet on the surface and no longer absorbs menstrual fluids, it's time to change it.

Place used, reusable sanitary napkins in a bucket of soapy water for aging. Put the lid on top of the bucket and store it under the sink. Keep each used sanitary napkin in a bucket until the end of your menstrual cycle. When you have finished your period, pour a bucket of sanitary napkins and soapy water into the washing machine and rinse in hot water with an ordinary washing detergent.

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