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Tampons are easy, and they are the ones that are used more lately. Tampons are increasingly finding favor among the younger generation of women for their ease of use and as a double protection along with the sanitary pads.
But did you ever wonder what is better- sanitary napkins, tampons, menstrual cups or period panties? Even though you know, tampons are a luxurious item.
When it comes to talking about the C- section, the vagina turns really weak and there is a constant need to protect your reproductive system from all the unwanted infections.
The answer is both a yes and a no.
But the risk of infection would most likely hamper her wound healing.
There might even be a slight chance that they forget to change their tampon.
The substance is called Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS). This can cause a high-grade fever in women along with fatigue and faintness. However, if one can safely change a tampon in a duration of 4 hours, one is safe to use tampons. But if not, you should stick to sanitary napkins.
As soon as you feel that you can start using tampons safely, you can start doing that. Six weeks after the C- section is the right time because all the post pregnancy wounds heal by then.
Similar principles apply to the use of menstrual cups also, and one needs to remove them and wash them every 3-4 hours.
There are pads called the maternity pads. They catch the heavy flow of blood in the initial few days after delivery and so are safe.