The chances of matured women to be affected by vagina infections are as high as 83%. The use of poor quality sanitary napkin caused 62% of women to be infected.

Why is it so easy for women to suffer from bacterial infections during menstruation?
For ordinary sanitary napkin used continuously up to 2 hours, its surface may consist bacteria numbering up to 107 per mm² and this contamination may affect women’s health seriously.

Symptoms of infections during menstruation including mild fever, external genital infection, skin itch, ascending infections (e.g. vaginitis, cervicitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, endometritis and etc), leukorrhagia, localised burning sensation or lower abdominal pain, nausea; infections of urinary system (e.g. urinary tract infection, bladder infection, pyelonephritis, frequent micturition, urgent micturition, dysuria, waist sore and waist pain with fatigue fever.