Period Protection
www.PeriodProtection.com

Period Protection and Feminine Hygiene Information 
and Advertising, Business Development, 
E-Commerce and Marketing Solutions


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Period Protection
www.PeriodProtection.com

Feminine Deodorant, Feminine Hygiene, Feminine Odor,
Period Protection, Sanitary Protection 
and Online Advertising, E-commerce & Marketing Solutions

What is Period Protection?

Period Protection, also known as "feminine hygiene" are those products relating to vulvovaginal health, menstruation and and the menstrual cycle and protecting a woman's/young ladies clothing from menstrual stains. These products include; tampons, minipads, maxipads, menstrual pads, pantiliners, menstural cups, seasponge tampons, feminine wipes, and "green mensturation" products.

 

 




 



 

 


Feminine Odor
www.FeminineOdor.com

Let's face it, more and more dads, are being awarded primary and sometimes, sole-custody of their daughter(s). And, it's about time the courts recognize that dads are just as capable, just as loving, just as nurturing, as a parent, than their ex-wives. Dads with daughters need to be able to communicate with their daughters when it comes to their daughter's vulvovaginal health and feminine hygiene needs.

While most young ladies do not have problems with vaginal dryness, vaginal odor, or feminine itching, changes in their hormones as they approach their first menstrual period, and thereafter, can sometimes lead to these problems.

And when dad is the only parent at home, it's vital that he needs to know how to help his daughter(s) with these health issues. By being informed, honest, and straight forward, dad can be the trusted resource that his daughter(s) need on these healthcare problems. And just as important, if you don't know the answer to her vulvovaginal health or feminine hygiene questions, tell her that you don't know and will find out and let her know. Then, call your family physician and get the answers she needs, and don't wait for her to possibly get the wrong answers from one of her friends at school!


My daughter has asked me about her Feminine Odor problem, what can I do to help her?


Feminine Odor may indicate a serious health condition, always see your doctor whenever you have a health concern!

There are few things more annoying, or concerning to a woman or young lady, than a Feminine Odor problem.

The best answer in this case is to be on the safe side and take your daughter to your pediatrician for him/her to treat. A Feminine Odor problem could be the indication of a more serious gynecological condition.

Otherwise, insure that when she is taking her bath or shower, that she is washing her vulva, with a very mild soap, and washing in between the labia and the creases. Make sure she is changing her panties every day.

What to do about Feminine Odor problems. What's a Dad to do?

Feminine Odor may indicate a serious health condition, always see your doctor whenever you have a health concern!

All menstruating women's vaginas go through monthly changes wherein their vagina's smell or scent changes from one day to the next, and throughout her monthly menstrual cycle. The amount of vaginal secretions, cervical mucous and vaginal moisture, changes from one day to the next, and throughout the monthly menstrual cycle. This is due to the flow of hormones that produce these changes throughout her cycle and also the reason for her monthly menstruation, if she has not conceived.

Feminine Odor problems can be related to many things related to her feminine hygiene but may also be an indication of a medical condition that may need immediate treatment.

Feminine Odor may be the result of an inflammation of her vagina. The vaginal inflammation is often a result of infection in or around the vagina or vulva, called the vulvovaginal area. Sometimes this condition is referred to as vulvovaginitis.

Causes of Feminine Odor

Bacterial Vaginosis
Chlamydia
Genital Herpes
Gonorrhea
Lymphogranuloma Venereum ("LGV")
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease ("PID")
Sexually Transmitted Infection(s)
Syphilis
Trichomonas
Vaginal Yeast Infection (candida)
Vulvovaginitis


Bacterial Vaginosis leads to Feminine Odor, what causes it?

Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) is a type of vulvovaginitis. Bacterial Vaginosis occurs due to an overgrowth of one or more organisms that are normally present in your/your wife's vagina.

Many times, when a woman begins taking antibiotics, these antibiotics kill off the natural organisms in her vagina. This may cause some organisms in her vagina to multiply, and these organisms produce chemicals that cause a fish-like odor characteristic of BV.
Feminine odor may be more acute, and stronger after sexual intercourse.

Many times, while a woman may believe that vaginal douching prevents or helps prevent feminine odor, especially after menstruation, douching actually disrupts the normal flora, or naturally occurring organisms that normally live in the vagina. Vaginal douching, therefore, may actually increase the risk of vaginal infection.

Signs and symptoms of Bacterial Vaginosis include(s):

* Grayish-white vaginal discharge
* Vaginal itching or irritation
* Vulva/labial redness, irritation, swelling and redness

Treating Bacterial Vaginosis is normally started after a visit to the ob-gyn who may prescribe medication(s) - usually antibiotics.

Other causes of feminine odor include the following:

Poor vaginal, menstrual or feminine hygiene methods.

Not changing tampons, or menstrual pads frequently enough.

"Losing" or forgetting a tampon in the vagina, which may lead to a vaginal infection.

Rarely, an advanced tumor of the cervix or vagina will cause a vaginal odor problem.

Whether you are concerned about menstruation, whether you should consider douching, vaginal odor, vaginal dryness, menstrual odors during menstruation, or general feminine hygiene information, this site is for you.

Feminine Itching
www.FeminineItching.com

Feminine Itching?

One of the most annoying feminine or gynecological problem a girl or woman will face in her life is feminine itching. Every young girl and woman will experience the discomfort, embarrassment and possible pain of feminine itching at some point in their life. For most women, feminine itching may be a recurring nuisance, and potential indication of a minor or possibly serious medical symptom and condition which should also be a signal to her that she needs to see her gynecologist as soon as possible.

There are many reasons and causes for vaginal and/or vulva itching. A few of these are;

* allergies or reactions to perfumes or soaps
* excessive perspiration
* staying in a wet swimsuit and/or failure to change out of a wet swimsuit
* the wearing of jeans that are too tight around a woman's vulva
* vaginal douching
* vaginal dryness
* use of some types of feminine deodorant
* some types of Feminine Hygiene products that are scented or contain chemicals/materials that irritate the vulvovaginal area.
* scented toilet paper
* bacterial vaginosis
* sexually transmitted diseases
* trichomoniasis
* herpes
* chlamydia
* pelvic inflammatory disease
* vaginal yeast infections
* vulvovaginitis

Even a woman's monthly hormonal changes and variations may play a role in contributing to vaginal dryness which, in turn, may cause feminine itching. Sexual intercourse - with prolonged intercourse or too much friction inside a woman's vagina can lead to internal soreness and irritation.... and feminine itching.

Vaginal and vulva perspiration can lead to irritation, and damp panties from excessive vaginal moisture, not changing panties after they become wet from whatever reason(s) (exercise, sexual activity, excessive vaginal moisture or perspiration), poor hygiene and/or failure to properly wipe from front to back after urination may provide an ideal environment for yeast and bacteria to grow. Changing your panties when they become wet, removing/changing from your swimsuit bottoms after you're finished swimming, and sleeping without panties at night to allow your vagina and vulva adequate airflow will help prevent a number of problems.

Vaginal yeast infections are a common side effect from using antibiotics, the primary treatment for many medical conditions including urinary tract infections ("UTIs"). One of the most common reasons why young girls from 5-8 years-old suffer from urinary tract infections comes from their improper wiping habits - not wiping from front to back - after urinating. Other causes include everything from allergies to soap, bubble baths, laundry detergents to anatomical variations of their vulvas.

Vaginal yeast infections and bacterial vaginosis are very common problems from women in their postmenopausal years. Menopause itself, with the associate vaginal dryness is another contributing factor to feminine itching as the lack of estrogen, which occurs after menopause, leads to thinning, sensitive vaginal tissues that are also much dryer than before menopause.


Obstetrics and Gynecology

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ObGyn Directory, Doctors, Physicians, Surgeons, Hospitals, Information and Resources

"The" #1 Site and Best Internet Address for "Obstetrics and Gynecology"

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Feminine Hygiene
www.FeminineHygiene.com

The Leading Resource for Feminine Hygiene Since 1997!


The Leading Resource on Feminine Hygiene, Menstruation, 
Obstetrics and Gynecology
 and Vulvovaginal Health and Safer, Healthier, 
Environmentally-Friendly Feminine Hygiene Products Since 1997


Introducing, The 
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a Revolutionary Alternative 
in Feminine Hygiene & Period Protection.....

The BEST Alternative to using Tampons in over 70 years!!

Our Inipads are:

NOT a Tampon, 
NOT a MaxiPad, 
NOT a MiniPad,

NOT placed in the Vagina!

They're an Inipad
And much "Better than a Tampon!"

A Tampon that's NOT a Tampon....
Because the Safest Tampon, is NO Tampon At All!

Inipads
www.Inipads.com

We are strategically positioned for success in the Feminine Hygiene and  Gynecologic Health marketplace through our revolutionary "Inipads."  Our Inipads are superior in every way to ordinary tampons.  We believe our Inipads are also much safer for women as well as the environment than other feminine hygiene products.

Every month, we receive a inquiries and order requests for our Inipads and becoming a leader in the $2.4 Billion Feminine Hygiene market in the U.S.  We are seeking joint venture participants with a goal of raising $10 million to fund our Inipad "better than a tampon" business.  Prospective joint venture partners are invited to send an introductory email to: info@FeminineHygiene.com for more information.


Best of all, we own the internet's BEST website address for the ENTIRE Feminine Hygiene industry, and for marketing our Inipads
:

www.FeminineHygiene.com!

Inipads - it's what women
and single dads with daughters want!

Unlike our Inipads that are worn OUTSIDE of the Vagina, in between the Labia Minora and significantly reduce the risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome caused by Tampons and the Staphylococcus Aureus virus!

For more information, send email to:

info@FeminineHygiene.com



Inipads sm
Safer, Healthier, Environmentally-Friendly
Feminine Hygiene Products, Information, Education and Resources

www.Inipads.com


COMING SOON..... 
Femgyn Health's  INIPADS!
A Tampon that's NOT a Tampon!

Femgyn Health's Inipads are like a pantyliner - but NOT a pantyliner..... 

Femgyn Health's Inipads are like a  tampon, but not a tampon! 

Our new Femgyn Health's Inipads are similar to the previous "inter labial pads" in that they are placed between the labia minora (smaller lips) of a woman's vulva, on the outside of her vagina, and not IN the vagina (see picture below) like tampons are. 

Best of all, our Femgyn Health's Inipads are made from 100% certified organic cotton, the safest and best material that can be used for feminine hygiene....  with no adhesives or harsh chemicals ever used!

Our Femgyn Health's Inipads stay in place naturally in the "interlabial" space between a woman's labia minora without any harsh chemicals or adhesives, without shifting or bunching like menstrual pads and pantiliners....  Our Inipads won't dry out a woman's vagina like typical tampons do, especially toward the end of each menstrual period.  Finally, and best of all, our Inipads won't pinch your vagina or cause irritations of your vagina - not to mention the microscopic cuts inside of the vagina, the way tampons do, especially when inserting and removing a tampon from the vagina up to 4-6 times/day!

Women use our Femgyn Health's Inipads during their menstrual periods or for other feminine hygiene reasons, such as vaginal discharge or urinary leakage.  

Femgyn Health's Inipads don't overly absorb or cause vaginal dryness problems since they aren't worn in the vagina.

Femgyn Health's Inipads absorb like tampons worn inside the vagina, but are never inserted in the vagina like tampons - where a woman's vagina frequently becomes excessively dry toward the end of her period, due to the drying properties of tampons.

Femgyn Health's Inipads have two absorbencies which are our "Light Inipads" and our "Regular Inipads."

Femgyn Health's Inipads will never bunch up or shift around like the typical menstrual pads and they are very comfortable to wear, even when sitting for long periods!

Femgyn Health's Inipads are usually replaced when urinating, and can be safely flushed down the toilet or wrapped and thrown into the trash.

Remember!!!  Femgyn Health's Inipads are made from certified organic cotton - and NOT made from the same materials commonly used in the leading feminine hygiene brands of tampons and menstrual pads. This means that our Femgyn Health's Inipads are great for you and great for our environment! 

 

 

Feminine Deodorant, Feminine Hygiene, Feminine Odor
Gynecologic Health
, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Sanitary Protection
Vaginal Odor
& Vulvovaginal Health


Period Protection
www.PeriodProtection.com

 

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