How Frequently Should I Change My Sanitary Napkin?
Our flow dynamically varies for every woman and depends on age, body fitness, the period timeline, genetics, and a few other factors. Everyone experiences light days as well as heavy days, and the most important parameter to decide the frequency of changing pads. During the initial few days that are marked with heavier flow, the required rate of pad replacement is naturally higher compared to lighter days. It is generally recommended to replace sanitary napkins every 4 to 8 hours on average, according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
When used optimally, pads are more comfortable than tampons and menstrual cups. They are safer and more hygienic, decreasing the risk of contracting infections like Toxic Shock Syndrome where invasive bacteria release toxins deep inside the reproductive system. Quality sanitary napkins that are highly absorbent like JR AntiBacteria provide long-lasting protection from bacteria, thus, lowering the risk of contracting a bacterial infection.
JR offers comfortable, long, and winged sanitary pads featuring a deep absorbent antibacterial sheet powered by natural herbs, which provides 99.9% protection from harmful microorganisms like Escherichia coli, Candida albicans, and Staphylococcus aureus, as per internationally approved lab tests. Aromatherapeutic Perfume tree fragrance also helps in eliminating unpleasant period odour. They offer a range of extra-large, ultra-slim, and overnight sanitary pads.
Great feminine hygiene is essential for a happy mind and healthy life. Wearing the same sanitary pad for longer than recommended durations can cause rashes and skin irritation. Too much moisture can also lead to bacterial infections. As a rule of thumb, it is highly recommended not to wear a sanitary pad longer than eight hours a day to stay fresh, dry, and hygienic during your period.