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Is it true that tampons shorten periods?
The muscles in the vagina are pleated, and during menstruation a lot of menstrual blood gets stuck in the pleats and runs down over time, causing prolonged periods. The tampon can absorb menstrual blood in the first time, so that menstrual blood will not stay in the body, compared with sanitary napkins will shorten 1 to 2 days. While shortening the period, tampons are also a small helper to relieve menstrual pain; In general, the menstrual blood can flow directly through the cervical canal, but in the blood viscosity is high, slow flow may affect the menstrual blood patency, and cause dysmenorrhea. Because the tampon is placed at the mouth of the cervix, it also helps the menstrual blood flow out during the continuous blood sucking process, helps absorb the menstrual blood in the cervical canal, and makes some contribution to the improvement of this kind of menstrual pain.