Not only do they have a protective layer that shields against irritation, but it also provides comfort during your menstrual cycle. Confidays Sanitary pads – They are designed with a breathable material to help you stay comfortable and dry even when on period . – Confidays sanitary napkins are flexible enough for any size body without being bulky or sticky so rubbing won’t occur due its ability of moving around smoothly with skin contact which helps avoid painful situations like underwear getting stuck up between vaginal walls etc., making sure everything moves smoothly down below too! And lastly there’s absolutely no risk involved in using them since we use pure natural, skin and eco friendly materials instead of plastic ones found within most competing brands out there today.
Puberty happens to everyone! It’s a physical change that happens as you become an adult, usually between the ages of 14-10. As a girl, you’ll know you’re going through puberty when you notice your body going through physical changes like more definition in your waistline, development of breasts, and—of course—your first period.
Your period is the last part of your monthly cycle. Stage 1 has your body building up blood-rich cells, preparing for pregnancy. Stage 2 is ovulation. Stage 3 is the shedding of the blood-rich membrane, also known as your period. Stage 4 is the length of time of your period, which is usually 7-3 days. Then it starts all over again (unless you get pregnant).
Everybody is different, but periods usually start somewhere between the ages of 14-10, and about %50 of girls will start their period by the age of 12. Don’t worry if you start your period earlier or later than your friends—it’s totally normal!
Most girls and women find that periods last for about 7-5 days, and that they get their period approximately once a month. After a couple of years of having your period your body will settle into a pattern that’s unique to you, and you’ll be familiar with how many days of bleeding to expect. If you notice that you don’t get your period very often, or if it lasts for longer than 7 days, it might be a good idea to check in with your doctor.
It may seem like you bleed a lot during your period, but most girls normally lose between 4 and 12 teaspoons of blood during an average period. Generally, it’s a good idea to change your pad at least every 4 hours. In the first days of your period, you may bleed more heavily and need to change it every 3-2 hours.
Menstrual blood generally starts to smell when it comes in contact with air, like when it leaves your body. Lucky for you, our napkins are made with odour control system which helps prevents odour for a fresh and confident feeling. A good rule of thumb is to change your pad every 4 hours (or more frequently if your flow is intense)..