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sanitary napkin

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

Kotex, sanitary pad Gynecology An absorbent pad worn externally to soak up menstrual flow
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san·i·tar·y nap·kin

(san'i-tar-ē nap'kin)
Pad worn to absorb menstrual discharge.
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As regards symptoms of reproductive tract infections (RTIs) among the girls, 51 of 148 old cloth users (34%), 22 of 136 falalin cloth users (16%) and 9 of 68 sanitary pad users (13%) said they had a vaginal discharge.
The study goals were (1) to assess whether the subgroup with preexisting vulvar erythema at study entry continued to exhibit higher levels of erythema during the prospective phase of the sanitary pad trial, and (2) to examine whether the subgroup of women with preexisting vulvar erythema might report a propensity to skin reactions on the face or genitalia.
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A joint initiative of the Bureau of Pharma PSUs of India and the Department of Pharmaceuticals, the sanitary pad contains an additive that renders the napkin biodegradable when it is exposed to the sun and air and it starts decomposing within six months of its disposal.
By ANNIE NJANJAFast moving consumer goods manufacturer Procter and Gamble (PandG) has introduced a new budget sanitary pad product that is 41 per cent cheaper in response to increased competition from cheap Chinese imports that have flooded the market in recent years.The Always Cotton Soft, packing eight pieces, is retailing at Sh50 compared to the Sh85 at which the original flagship brand is selling.