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- Considerations and Tips for Tampon Use in Tween Girls
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A student in England who forgot to remove her tampon for nine days was told by doctors that had she left it in for one more day, she likely would have died. Emily Pankhurst, from Maidston, Kent, spent three days in intensive care and now, about a month after the incident, struggles to walk due to fatigue, Kent Online reported. Pankhurst, 20, said she wants to share her story as a warning to others who may not be paying attention to their body during stress.
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Girl, 14, dies after using tampon for first time
Considerations and Tips for Tampon Use in Tween Girls
Tampons are used for menstrual flows to absorb the blood during the days of a period. - A young girl from Caerwent, Monmouthshire died after using a tampon for the very first time, UK media reported.
Tampons come in sizes ranging from those appropriate for first-time tampon use to heavy-flow tampons for women who experience a higher flow of menstrual blood during their cycle. Tampons should be chosen based on how much menstrual fluid is passed during a short time frame, rather than choosing larger-capacity tampons and leaving them in longer. Tampons must be changed regularly to avoid infection.
When tween girls learn about menstruation, they may ask questions about pads, and whether or not they can use tampons. While many preteen girls opt for menstruation pads when they first get their periods, some may prefer to use tampons instead. Girls who are active in sports, or want to swim at summer camp, may worry that menstrual pads will interfere with their activities. Deciding whether or not a girl can use tampons depends on two things: is she responsible enough to use tampons safely and is she OK with the idea of using them in the first place?