Beppy Comfort Sponges are specially designed, string-less Sponges. They are invisible and unnoticeable. Moreover, they are safe and hygienic and last longer than normal tampons. Even up to 8 hours! For the good things in life. Like sauna, sports, swimming, going out, making love and all other things you happen to enjoy. (without embarrassment!)
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Benefits Beppy always fits, because the special foam adapts itself to the shape of the vagina. Beppy is soft, safe and comfortable. Beppy Wet is easy to remove, because of the clever loop. The Lactagel in Beppy Wet is pH compatible with the natural pH of the vagina. Beppy Wet has a fresh lavender scent. Beppy Wet contains no oil and is safe for use in combination with latex or polyurethane condoms. Beppy is for single use only.
If left in the vagina for more than 8 hours, the tampon’s safety and effectiveness can no longer be guaranteed. Beppy WET sponge can only be used once. Reusing them can cause infection. Beppy WET sponges are not intended for contraceptive use! Do not use tampons between periods for non-menstrual discharge.
Do not use:
- if the hymen is intact.
- if the expiry date on the pack has expired.
IMPORTANT NOTE about Toxic Shock Syndrome:
Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) is a rare but serious and sometimes fatal disease, which is associated with the use of menstrual tampons.
What are the symptoms of TSS? The early symptoms may begin suddenly and are similar to the ‘flu’; a sudden fever usually 39°C (102°F) or higher and vomiting, diarrhoea, fainting or near fainting when standing up, dizziness or a rash that looks like a sunburn. Early recognition and treatment of these symptoms is very important and can usually prevent serious illness.
What do I do if I think I have TSS? If, during your period or shortly after, you have any of the above symptoms, REMOVE YOUR TAMPON AND SEE A DOCTOR IMMEDIATELY. Remember it is very important to tell the doctor that you are menstruating and have been using tampons.
Who is at risk? TSS can occur in all women using tampons during their menstrual period, for women below 30 years of age and teenage girls higher risks are reported.
Reducing or avoiding the risk of contracting TSS? Use tampons with the minimum absorbency needed to control menstrual flow in order to reduce the risk of contracting TSS. Do not use tampons or alternate your tampon use with sanitary napkin use during menstrual periods to avoid or reduce the risk of getting tampon-associated TSS.
Seek medical attention before again using tampons if you have had TSS symptoms in the past or if you have any questions about TSS or tampon use.
As a general rule, it will be necessary to visit your gynaecologist or physician or first aid of hospital if you are not able to remove a tampon.
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