Common for women to wear a pad eve when not on period?

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    I know somebody who wears a pad (light) even when she's not on a period. Is this normal?
     
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    Some people have different views of their hygene. In this world there has evolved a number of products to control odor when simple washing would be useful.
     
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    In hot weather, when you're going to be out all day, the very thin every day pantie liners are quite useful.
     
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    Yeah - I know at least one girl who wores pantyliners all the time. She never said if she had problems but I got the impression it was to do with 'staying fresh'.

    Denise, baby - in hot weather try a light skirt and no panties at all... much better than suffocating your poor pussy with wads of material :smile:
     
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    When i wear certain fabrics, especially the synthetic non breathable type i like to wear a pantie liner. It is more a 'just in case' thing rather then a necessity
     
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    I don't do skirts! lol
     
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    Wow, I never use pad's my preference are tampons hence I am wondering why on earth someone would want to wear "wads of material":confused::confused::confused: in order to remain fresh? :confused::confused::confused:

    Last time I checked a good bar of soap and daily washing usually remedied any odor issues.:biggrin1::biggrin1:
     
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    That's exactly how I feel about it! But some women seem feel that if any pussy juice gets on their panties they aren't fresh, so they wear a clump of cotton they can change. Maybe some of these women have a problem with discharge.

    Personally, I can't stand the clump of cotton between my legs... feels like bandages.
     
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    For me it isnt about discharge but getting sweaty. I hate skirts and some pant materials are so thick and heavy that you know you are going to get sweaty through out the day so i feel fresher having a very thing pantie liner there for absorbency. But of course for that time of the month i use tampons. Bloody pads and an Aussie sumer dont mix
     
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    every day pantie liners are hardly "wads" they're so thin you don't even notice them.

    I favour tampons too, the alternative repluses me!
     
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    Hmm, I never thought of that but I can see your point.


     
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    njqt - it's really quite common for women to be allergic to tampons, I think it's what they use to bleach the cotton or something.
     
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    :yuck: Quite! I wasn't suggesting you had a problem in that regard - I've just never minded the fact that in the course of the day my panties get a little pussy juice on them - in fact it's the only reason I wear them with trousers, so I don't have to launder trousers after one wear.

    I hear what you are saying about certain fabrics - I'm not much of a sweater, thankfully, but certain fabrics are unkind, I avoid them.

    Actually - I haven't so much as handled a pantyliner since the 80's - maybe they are better than they used to be - but even the micro thin ones back then made me feel like I had pillow in my pants!
     
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    Please be kind when I ask this, but it's honest curiosity, and not directed at you, but women in general: understanding some differences (time/duration, material, sexual arousal, etc) how can a tampon be that much more uncomfortable than a much larger cock? Even the supers are nowhere near 8x6...:confused:

    Oh, and back on topic - I have known a few women who do wear a liner all the time.

    And speaking of "freshness," ladies, those of you who use sprays and powders down there: keep in mind, giving a guy a mouthful of Summer's Eve spray or FDS or whatever is your absolute guarantee of him instantly losing an erection (and most likely, any interest in anything else.) A little soap and water is appreciated, perfumes and deodorants are not!
     
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    I soak through my panties sometimes, and the excess moisture can mean yeast infection or bacterial vaginosis for me. I don't like panty liners, so I just change my underwear mid-day. I wash well at night before bed, and if it's one of those days where I need to change my drawers, and I have access to a private bathroom, or a stall with a sink in it, I wash up then too.

    My best friend and I have very pronounced labia. My majora and her minora are outined by our jeans when we wear them. Some days, we don't care. Some occasions require discretion, however, and on those days a panty liner or sanitary napkin can be useful.
     
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    I imagine that light panty liners would be fairly common among women who are self-conscious about bladder control, or perhaps menopausal?
     
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    I used to find that supers were a bit on the uncomfortable side - it is not that it is more painful (I never found them painful) or even more noticeable than a cock, it is that it is noticeable at all. For me it is more to do with depth - if I can feel the base of any size tampon bearing down on the more sensitive areas closer to the labia it gets pretty uncomforatable pretty quickly. I guess I didn't used to be able to get the supers deep enough not to feel them. I'm the same with non-applicator tampons - I have short fingers and I just cannot get the fuckers in far enough not to feel them - unless I use a pencil or something, and I just don't tend to keep a pencil in the bathroom.

    I have never used a femine hygene product... and now I never will.

    They make specific ones for menses and specific ones for urine - I guess the absorbtion is different. Or maybe it's just a way of getting more bux out of women, I'm not sure, but I rather expect the 'Tena Lady' type are dearer.
     
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    BV is made worse by washing too thoroughly, especially with heavily perfumed soaps.
     
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    I wash my vulva with a very gentle soap, and rinse inside only with clean, warm water. No soap inside for me! But thanks for looking out.
     
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