SANITARY TOWELS, THEIR MENACE, AND THE MINISTRATION OF HERBALISM: AN OVERVIEW OF THE FEMININE PAD PATRON MAD MADY
Author(s):
MC. Kavinkumar, A. Saravanakumar, P. Parthiban, S. Mohanraj, S Sangeetha, B. Periyanayaki, J Mohamed Harsath, K. Ayyappan
Keywords:
Cervical cancer, Infertility, Menstruation, Microbe imbalance, Ovarian cancer, Sanitary napkins and Tampons
Abstract
Menstruation is the process with which women shedding blood and other material from the inner layer of the uterus each 28 to 35 days from puberty until menopause. If not effectively examined, it might cause serious problems for women. Access to menstrual hygiene goods to absorb or collect the flow of blood during menstruation, privacy to change the materials, and access to facilities to dispose of discarded menstrual management materials were every instance of menstrual hygiene management (MHM) or menstrual health and hygiene (MHH). Menstrual hygiene commodities include sanitary pads, a menstrual cup, tampons, menstrual wipes, reusable cloth menstrual pads, etc furthermore. Many women use sanitary napkins. The sanitary pad is a thin pad made with absorbent material that absorbs menstrual fluid during menstruation. These are readily accessible in a wide range of shapes and sizes, with varying the ability to absorb for days of heavy and light menstrual bleeding. It supplies benefits such as easy availability, simplicity of use, and cost effectiveness, though it also has negatives such as irritation, rashes, uncomfortable odour, and non-biodegradable chemicals. The excessive use of sanitary napkins is being associated with menstrual problems, infertility, PCOD/PCOS, cervical and ovarian cancer, urogenital challenges, hormone imbalance, and vaginal microbial imbalance. This study studies the sanitary napkin, including its composition, structure, and use-related disorders and negative effects. In an attempt to find economically and politically accountable inventions, the research on sanitary napkin alternatives is discussed. Herbal remedies that are used to treat sanitary pad users' ailments are also discussed, to be are some nutraceuticals that have secondary metabolites can be used to treat PCOD or PCOS conditions.
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Unique Paper ID: 160714

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1

Page(s): 1026 - 1040
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