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5 unique ways to avoid getting stained during menstruation

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5 unique ways to avoid getting stained during menstruation

Almost every woman is afraid of being soiled during her period.

Imagine being stained by menstrual blood at work or school, or accidentally ruining someone’s couch or vehicle seat.

It doesn’t have to be this way all of the time.

Here are five methods to avoid becoming stained.

1. Get period pants or underwear
It’s possible that the problem is caused by not wearing period-friendly underwear. For your period, avoid wearing net pants or G-strings. Purchase strong trousers that will not move your sanitary pads or items to one side.

2. Wear a short
There will be moments when your shorts will be the only thing keeping you from becoming stained. So, for further protection, wear shorts.

3. Always keep a period calendar
To avoid unpleasant shocks, keep track of your menstruation and have your sanitary product available. This also keeps you from becoming stained if your period comes early.
To avoid becoming stained, some people start using their sanitary pads days before their period arrives.

4. Change your sanitary product as often as possible
For an entire day, do you just need one sanitary pad? No, it is really unsanitary. Even if you don’t have a lot of heavy flow. Before going to bed, make sure you replace your sanitary pad and clean your private region.
Plus, to avoid becoming stained, check your sanitary pad at regular intervals and replace it if it appears to be full.

5. Wear dark clothing
You are not suddenly motivated to wear white, pink, blue, cream, or other easily stained colors when you believe your period is coming or has already arrived.
Wear dark colors if you want to look your best.

Finally, the manner in which you dispose of your pad is critical. For fear of witches, do not flush it down the toilet or put it in your closet. Put it in a plastic bag and throw it out properly.

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