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Will tampons not ventilate and produce bacteria?
First of all, there is a misconception that our vaginas are not open and there is no air going in and out of them every day. With a tampon on, as long as the tampon is in the right position, your vaginal opening is still closed, just as it always is.
Secondly, because the tampon in the vagina is isolated from the state of air, so it is not easy to breed bacteria, of course, we give the period of 8 hours. But it's actually far cleaner than sanitary pads that touch the air, think sanitary pads and large amounts of E. coli. Girls know that menstrual blood on tampons is brown, the color itself is a reflection of air exposure, and blood on tampons is more reddish. If you don't think tampons are safe, then, honey, trust me, sanitary pads are even less safe.