Impact If Rarely Replace The Pads During Menstruation
Afternoon, I want to ask if lazy to change pads will cause genital herpes? Thank you
Thank you for the question.
Genital herpes or genital herpes is a disease caused by infection with herpes simplex virus (HSV), which can cause symptoms such as blisters or plenting filled with fluid both on the genitals and on the lips, can be accompanied by flu-like symptoms that are fever and colds, or without symptoms . The doctor will diagnose this disease by exploring patient complaints, conducting physical examinations, especially in the genital area, and conducting investigations such as blood tests and examination of fluid samples in the wound. Doctors will provide antiviral treatment to treat this disease.
This disease is a sexually transmitted disease that is transmitted through sexual contact, oral / anal sexual intercourse, and also kissing with people infected with this virus, as well as pregnant women who can pass it on to their baby. So, it requires direct contact with people infected with this virus through these methods, and this disease is relatively unrelated to a history of lazy to replace pads.
However, being lazy to replace pads will still pose a risk of contracting other intimate organs (non-sexually transmitted diseases), such as:
Therefore, maintaining the cleanliness of the female area is something that must be done by every woman, especially when menstruating. The following things are recommended to do:
Change pads at least 3 times a day, or once every 6-8 hours, or when the pads are full.
Use underwear that is not tight and absorbs moisture well, like pants made from cotton.
Clean the female area from front to back, and keep it from getting damp.
Clean the female area with plain soap and water on the outside of the female area, avoiding using betel soap, antiseptic soap, and other feminine products because it will interfere with the production of good bacteria in the female organs.
Eating healthy and nutritious food and fulfilling water needs of 2-3 liters per day.
Do not change sexual partners and use safeguards like condoms when having sex.
Hopefully this information can help.