Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is anion chip in a sanitary pad?

   - An anion chip in a sanitary pad is a technology that incorporates negative ions into the pad's structure. This chip is typically designed to provide certain health benefits.

  1. What is the function of anion in the pad?

   -   Preventing skin irritation

     - Reducing the risk of urinary tract infections

     - Alleviating back pain

     - Increasing the levels of calcium and sodium in the bloodstream

     - Resisting 99.9% of bacteria

     - Indicating the presence of bacteria in the genital area

     - Providing additional absorption capacity (up to 250 ml of liquid)

     - Incorporating multiple protective layers (8 layers in this case)

  1. Are anion chip pads safe?

   - Generally, anion chip pads are considered safe for most individuals. However, if you have specific health concerns or allergies, it's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional before using them.

  1. What are the benefits of anion strip in sanitary pads?

   - The benefits of an anion strip, like the one in EasyFurr pads, may include improved comfort, reduced risk of irritation, better absorption, and potential health benefits like reducing the risk of infections and back pain.

  1. Is Lady Anion pad safe?

   - The safety of a specific brand of pad, like Lady Anion, depends on the quality and materials used in its production. It's important to check product reviews and consult with healthcare professionals if you have concerns about a particular brand.

  1. Which pads are good for periods?

   - The choice of pads for periods varies from person to person. It depends on factors like flow, comfort, and personal preferences. Some popular brands for menstrual pads include Always, Kotex, and Tampax.

  1. Which pad is best for periods at night?

   - Pads designed for overnight use typically have higher absorbency and longer length for extra protection. Look for brands that offer overnight or extra-absorbent pads.

  1. Which pad to use for heavy bleeding?

   - For heavy bleeding, choose pads with high absorbency levels or consider using menstrual products like menstrual cups or super-absorbent tampons.

  1. Which pads are best in Pakistan?

   - The best pads in Pakistan, like in other countries, depend on individual preferences and needs. Popular brands available in Pakistan include Stayfree, Whisper, and Sofy.

  1. What are pads used for?

    - Pads are used as a menstrual hygiene product by individuals who menstruate. They are designed to absorb menstrual blood and provide protection against leaks.

  1. Which are the best pads to use?

    - The best pads to use vary from person to person based on their specific needs and preferences. It's essential to choose pads that offer the right level of absorbency, comfort, and protection.

  1. Which pad is good for periods in Pakistan?

    - In Pakistan, you can find a variety of pads from different brands. Consider trying different brands and types to determine which one suits you best.

  1. What are the rules for period pads?

    - There are no strict "rules" for using period pads, but it's essential to change them regularly to maintain hygiene and prevent leaks. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for the specific pad you're using.

  1. How many hours can you wear a pad?

    - It's recommended to change a pad every 4-6 hours or sooner if it becomes saturated. This helps prevent discomfort and reduce the risk of leaks and infections.

  1. Do period pads leak?

    - Pads may leak if they are not changed regularly or if they are not the right absorbency level for your flow. Choosing the appropriate pad and changing it as needed can help prevent leaks.

  1. How do you end your period sooner?

    - You cannot end your period sooner, as it is a natural bodily process. Menstrual cycles are regulated by hormones, and their duration varies from person to person.

  1. Is it OK to wear a pad for 2 days?

    - It is generally safe to wear a pad for up to 4-6 hours. However, it's essential to change it regularly to maintain hygiene and prevent discomfort or leaks.

  1. Is it normal to have 2 pads a day?

    - The number of pads used per day varies from person to person and depends on their flow. Using two pads a day can be normal for some individuals with a lighter flow.

  1. Is it OK to wear a pad for 24 hours?

    - Wearing a pad for 24 hours is not recommended for hygiene reasons. Pads should be changed regularly (every 4-6 hours) to prevent discomfort, odors, and potential infections.

  1. Do period pads smell?

    - Period pads can develop an odor if left on for too long. Changing them regularly and maintaining proper hygiene can help prevent odors.

  1. How to sleep on your period?

    - You can sleep comfortably during your period by choosing overnight pads, wearing dark-colored pajamas or sheets, and placing a towel or waterproof sheet under your bedding for added protection.

  1. Why do I bleed more at night?

    - Some people may experience heavier bleeding at night due to changes in position and blood pooling in the uterus. Using overnight pads can help manage this.

  1. Which sanitary pads are best?

    - The best sanitary pads depend on individual preferences and needs. Look for pads that offer the right level of absorbency, comfort, and protection for you. Consider trying different brands to find the one that suits you best.

  1. What is the use of sanitary pads?

    - Sanitary pads are used to absorb menstrual blood and provide protection during menstruation.

  1. Why are they called sanitary pads?

    - They are called "sanitary pads" because they are designed to maintain menstrual hygiene by absorbing and containing menstrual flow.

  1. What is the difference between sanitary pads and normal pads?

    - The terms "sanitary pads" and "normal pads" are often used interchangeably to refer to menstrual pads. There is no significant difference between them.

  1. What is the difference between sanitary pads and menstrual pads?

    - There is no difference between "sanitary pads" and "menstrual pads." Both terms refer to pads used for menstrual hygiene.