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Tampon, also known as tampon, is a cotton cylinder, mainly made of cotton, man-made fiber or a mixture of these two materials. It has a diameter of 1 cm to 1.9 cm, with cotton thread attached to the end ( Drawstring).
When women are menstrual, they can be placed in the vagina to absorb menstrual blood. A tampon user may use more than 11,000 tampons in her lifetime.
It is made of mixed materials, ranging from 1 cm to 1.9 cm in diameter, with cotton thread (draw rope) attached to the end. The degree of arc of the tip of the tampon varies from brand to brand, allowing users to choose according to their own habits.
There are often linear or diagonal indentations on the body of the tampon, which can increase the ability of the tampon to divert and fit the vaginal wall when it absorbs menstrual blood and expands. The catheter-type tampon is attached with a paper or plastic catheter to facilitate the user to introduce the tampon.
The overall structure of the catheter is divided into an outer tube and an inner tube. The surface of the outer tube is smooth, and the front end is rounded for easy insertion. The front end of the outer tube has a petal-like opening. The function of the inner tube is to push the tampon out of the flap-shaped opening of the outer tube in a piston-type advancing manner.
Tampon labeling method: Two water droplets indicate that the absorption capacity is between 6 and 9 grams.
Like a sanitary napkin, the tampons also have a different absorption capacity. Because the absorption capacity of the tampon is considered to be related to the toxic shock syndrome in women, After 1988, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearly established the absorbency standard of tampons.