sanitary napkin

(redirected from Menstrual pad)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
Related to Menstrual pad: tampon

sanitary napkin

n.
A disposable pad of absorbent material worn to absorb menstrual flow.

sanitary napkin

Kotex, sanitary pad Gynecology An absorbent pad worn externally to soak up menstrual flow

san·i·tar·y nap·kin

(san'i-tar-ē nap'kin)
Pad worn to absorb menstrual discharge.
References in periodicals archive ?
The secret is in how it is folded for use as menstrual pads.
* Avoid perfumed soaps, tampons, menstrual pads, contraceptive creams, and spermicides
Recently, instead of subsidizing the menstrual pads, Indian government has imposed 12% GST on them whichisnotverywomenfriendly(source: http://www .livemint.com/Industry/2Y4RRe0XaJmVduujmsDdXL/ GST-rate-on-sanitary-napkins-fixed-at-12.html).
I also use this bucket for my reusable menstrual pads. I put baking soda, tea tree oil or laundry detergent in the bucket to help keep things clean and to eliminate any possible odors until I'm able to wash them.
The company recently launched a sister product, Lunapanties, a new line of specialized underwear that is a hybrid between the company's cloth menstrual pads and underwear.
(2) In this classic study, Hallberg and colleagues collected menstrual pads and tampons from the women and used the alkaline hematin method to estimate blood loss.
Amy's Rag Bag, a Bellingham-based manufacturer of menstrual pads made from recycled fabrics, opened for business in May.
If menstrual pads are irritating, 100% cotton pads may be helpful, but the drawback is that none are disposable.
If menstrual pads are irritating, then it may help to use 100% cotton pads, though they are not disposable.
Vulvar skin reactions to 2 menstrual pads were previously evaluated in a prospective clinical trial with participants drawn from the general population.
One of many healing changes I made was trading dioxin-laced tampons for reusable cloth menstrual pads. Sellman affirms, "Menstrual cycles are an essential experience and expression of a women's innate wisdom.
They spent the money on medical supplies, vitamins, menstrual pads, and art and school supplies and went directly to refugee camps in the Eastern Province to disperse them.