Menstrual Hygiene Management
Menstruation is a normal biological process and a key sign of reproductive health, yet in many cultures it is treated as something negative, shameful or dirty. The continued silence around menstruation combined with limited access to information at home and in schools results in millions of women and girls having very little knowledge about what is happening to their bodies when they menstruate and how to deal with it.
Tips for Menstrual Hygiene Management
Good menstrual hygiene is crucial for the health, education and dignity of girls and women.
Every adolescent girl and women should use menstrual absorbents based on informed choices.
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Reusable Options include : Cloths, Handmade pads, Menstrual cups.
Disposable options include : Sanitary Napkins, Handmade Pads, Soft Cups, Tampons.
Avoid Using Strips of sari, towels, bed sheets, or other types of cloth as it possesses odor risk if refused without adequate laundering.
Commercial disposable sanitary napkins provide range of sizes and types and are well-designed through research and development.
Menstrual materials (sanitary pads or homemade cloth) should be changed three to six times a day, as wet pads may cause skin irritation, which can then become infected if the skin is broken.
You have to wash your vulva ( the area around your vagina) at least once a day when you are menstruating.
Avoid wiping from back to front following urination or defecation, as it may introduce bacteria from the bowl into the vagina.