CycleViews(tm) - Share your monthly cycle views!Views Home | Profile | Follow

Feminine Protection Usage

What was the first type of feminine protection you used - pads, tampons, menstrual cup? Do you still use the same feminine protection, or did you switch completely - when, why?

Add My View
<Prev Page 16 of 17 Next>
Posted by: skootzkitty on Jan 26, 2007
Feminine Protection Usage

pads vs tampons

I can't do pads. Since I always wear things, they just don't work and they feel like a diaper. Tampons for me. Easy to use and very discreet. No worries

Can You Relate? (1=Not at all, 5=Completely): Login to rate

Overall Relate Rating: 6 Ratings

Posted by: wakeemkeem on Jan 26, 2007
Feminine Protection Usage

Fem Protection Usage

I started out using tampons during the day and pads at night and only in the house. Recently started using cloth pads; I like the way that they feel against my skin. Very comfortable and also good for the environment. Cloth pads not only save the environment, but also save me alot of money!! I tend to flow "heavily" and was spending plenty of money for "protection." Not any more... I would like to try the menstrual cup next and maybe the sponge. I will try almost anything once.

Can You Relate? (1=Not at all, 5=Completely): Login to rate

Overall Relate Rating: 2 Ratings

Posted by: desertpenguin on Jan 23, 2007
Feminine Protection Usage

cloth convert

i used mostly disposable pads in the beginning and occasionally tampons. i didn't like them all that much. for the past 6 mo or so i have been using cloth pads. they're so much more comfortable than disposables, and i know they're better for my body. washing them really hasn't been a bother, and i don't have to worry about running out of pads and having to go to the store during the middle of the night. i also have a menstrual cup but i guess i haven't figured out the best insertion yet, i still have some problems with it leaking and what not. i would like to try some different kinds of pads though because the ones i have can be a bit bulky.

Can You Relate? (1=Not at all, 5=Completely): Login to rate

Overall Relate Rating: 7 Ratings

Posted by: Jan on Jan 22, 2007
Feminine Protection Usage

Pads Mostly

I had used tampons when first starting out. Then as I got older I went to pads. I only use tampons now when I know I am going swimming.

Can You Relate? (1=Not at all, 5=Completely): Login to rate

Overall Relate Rating: 8 Ratings

Posted by: MimutRice on Jan 21, 2007
Feminine Protection Usage

Mostly pads for me.

I started out using only pads, then switched to tampons at about age 16. Now i use mostly pads again unless I have to go out of the house for more than an hour or so. I find that tampons are easier on the go to travel with. but pads are more comfortable for me.

I have not tried the cups yet and after reading another posters view on them I might have to give them a try.

Can You Relate? (1=Not at all, 5=Completely): Login to rate

Overall Relate Rating: 8 Ratings

Posted by: mestiny on Jan 21, 2007
Feminine Protection Usage

Pads + Tampons

I started with pads. I remember the first summer was awful trying to wear a bathing suit with a pad and have it not stick out the sides. And also forgetting I'd have the pad on and jumping into the pool. Yuck. So I started to also use tampons, taking them from my older sister's box. I remember spending a lot of time in the bathroom studying the "how to insert" tampon directions! I continue to use a combination choosing whichever is best for the type of flow and what I'll be wearing.

Can You Relate? (1=Not at all, 5=Completely): Login to rate

Overall Relate Rating: 14 Ratings

CycleViews is provided for entertainment purposes only. It is not not intended as a substitute for advice provided by a medical doctor or qualified healthcare provider. If you have any questions about your medical health or believe you have a medical problem or disease, you should contact your medical doctor or healthcare provider. You should never disregard medical advice or delay seeking medical advice or treatment because of something you have read in CycleViews. No guarantee is made about the accuracy, completeness, or relevance of the information contained herein. bInfinity Web Inc. does not necessarily endorse the opinions or information provided by its members on CycleViews.