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Tampax Compak Applicator Tampons Super 16 Tampons bring you up to 8 hours of discreet protection thanks to specially designed absorption channels. Comes with a smooth SoftTip and applicator for easy, fuss-free insertion. For heavy flow.
Discreet Tampax Compak Tampons With Applicator 16
Packed for Clicks Group Ltd., Searle St, Cape Town 8001. Biodegradable applicator. Clicks promise: If you are not entirely satisfied with this product please return it for a full refund as per our returns/exchange policy. Talk to us... 0860 254 257. www.clicks.co.za. Your guide to using tampons. P&G. www.pg.com. Regular - 6-9g. Light to medium flow. Super - 9-12g. Medium to heavy flow. Super plus - 12-15g. Heavy flow. Compak Clean System™. Smooth soft tip. Absorption channels. Protective skirt. Did you know? You can use tampons during the night for up to 8 hours* *Use for 8 hours maximum. Tampons with applicator. ww.beinggirl.com. Did you know? Clicks applicator tampons provide superb protection so you can confidently enjoy your day without worry - you can take part in any physical exercise (including swimming) and wear the clothes you want! Depending on how heavy your flow is and the absorbency of your tampon, you should replace your tampon every 4 to 8 hours on average. Never leave your tampon in for longer than 8 hours. When you have your period, life doesn't change at all. Your tampon cannot get lost inside you as it is held in place by your vaginal walls. Also, the entrance to the womb is about the size of a pencil point, so a tampon cannot fit through it. Because your tampon can be used for up to 8 hours, you can leave it in while sleeping at night. Simply put in a new one before getting into bed and remove it when you wake up in the morning. Using a tampon doesn't cause you to lose your virginity - only having sexual intercourse can. Basic biology: When a girl reaches puberty, she will start her period (menstruating). This is a completely normal part of growing up and essential in the female reproductive cycle as it keeps yaw reproductive organs healthy. Your body releases on egg into the uterus every month. A foetus will begin to grow should that egg be fertilised by a sperm cell. To prepare for this, the uterus thickens its lining with blood and other nutrients. If fertilisation does not occur, the body will remove the egg, along with the blood and nutrients in the thickened uterus wall. This is your period. Puberty for some girls might start as early as 8, other at 13, and others even later. This means that not everyone will experience the same changes at the same time. When puberty starts is affected by many factors, including weight, health, genetics, age and more. Clicks tampons: A tampon is made up of absorbent, cotton-like material, which, when inserted into the vagina, absorbs the menstrual flow. When the tampon is made, the absorbent material is rolled up tight in a cylindrical shape and a string placed in the middle. When inserted, part of the tampon string will remain outside the body to help with removal. When the tampon comes into contact with liquid, its width expands gently to help prevent leaking. Because menstrual flow differs from person to person, you should choose an absorbency that suits your flow. We suggest using the lowest absorbency for your flow, which may vary throughout you period. Why Clicks tampons? The clicks tampons have 8 vertical grooves to aid absorption. Clicks offers a convenient multi-pack which contains both super and regular tampons for those with varying flows. RSA consumer care line 0860 112 188 (sharecall charged at local rates). [email protected]
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Discreet. Max discretion* & protection that glides smoothly. Tampax. Compak. Super. *Among Tampax lineup. 16 tampons with applicator.
Using Clicks applicator tampons: Our Clicks applicator tampons are the same as our regular tampons, except that they have a cardboard tube (applicator) to help you with inserting your tampon with no need for your fingers. The applicator has a small inner tube and a larger outer one, with a rounded tip for easy insertion. If this is your first time using an applicator, check how it works by holding the outer tube with one hand and sliding the inner tube with the other - the tampon is easily released. 1. Before removing the wrapping, wash your hands well. Get yourself into a relaxed, comfortable position like sitting on a toilet seat or a squatting position. 2. Remove the applicator from the wrapping and ensure the ends are knotted together. If not, discard and use another. 3. With one hand, gently open the folds of skin around the vagina. With the other hand, place your fingers on the grooves around the middle of the applicator tampon and position the rounded tip at your vagina's opening. 4. Point the applicator towards your lower back and slide it into your vagina until your fingers touch your body. 5. With your fingers still on the grooves of the outer tube, use your free hand or index finger to gently push in the inner tube until it is completely inside the outer tube. 6. Your tampon is now in place. Simply remove both tubes, leaving the tampon string hanging outside of your body. If you can feel the tampon, gently push it in further using your finger. Please note: when correctly positioned you will not be able to feel the tampon. 7. Wash your hands and discard the wrapper and tube. 8. To remove your tampon, relax and gently pull on the string. If the tampon feels like it is tightly held in place, leave it in for a while longer. Be sure, however, to remove your tampon every 4-8 hours. If the tampon still feels like it's tightly held in place, make a point of using a lower absorbency tampon next time. The used tampon can be wrapped securely in tissue paper and disposed of with normal household waste. Please read this leaflet carefully and keep it in a safe place. Always use the lowest absorbency for your flow. Change every 4-8 hours or max weartime 8 hours. Best before 5 years from production date (see the code on the pack). What to do: If you experience any of these symptoms during your period, remove your tampon and get urgent medical attention. Be sure to inform the doctor or nurse that you have been menstruating and used a tampon. If you have previously experienced these symptoms or have had TSS, please consult your doctor before using tampons. To reduce your chances of developing TSS, you can opt for a tampon with the lowest absorbency for your flow; replace you tampon ever 4 - 8 hours, or by occasionally using a pad or pantyliner during your period.
Keep in a cool, dry place.
Tampons do's and don'ts do: Use tampons with the correct absorbency (i.e. the lowest) that's best for your flow. Replace your tampon every 4 to 8 hours. If you struggle to remove a tampon, get urgent medical attention. Pull on the string to check if it's secured to the tampon. Do not: Use a tampon when you do not have your period. Use more than one tampon at a time. Forget to remove your last tampon at the end of your period. What is Toxic Shock Syndrome? Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) is a rare illness that can be fatal. If diagnosed in time, it can be treated and a full recovery can be expected. To ensure you know the symptoms and have some background information, we suggest you keep this section of the leaflet to refer to in future. TSS symptom checklist: TSS symptoms can happen quickly and may seem like flu in the beginning: Sudden high fever, usually over 39 degrees C. Vomiting. Diarrhoea. A sunburn-like rash. Sore throat. Dizziness or fainting. Remember, not all the symptoms may happen at the same time. Attention: tampons are associated with a rare but serious illness, Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS). Read and save the enclosed information about TSS and the use of tampons.