Infertility: Unhygienic Sanitary Napkins
Infertility: Unhygienic sanitary napkins increase the risk of gynecological problems, including cervical cancer. High-quality, disposable napkins recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) can lower these risks.
Cervical cancer affects the cervix, the lower part of the uterus connecting to the vagina. It ranks fourth among women’s cancers and is primarily caused by certain types of human papillomavirus (HPV). Regular screening and HPV vaccination effectively prevent cervical cancer.
Poor quality napkins heighten the risk of cervical cancer, containing harmful chemicals that irritate the skin and genital area. Unhygienic napkins increase the chances of bacterial infections, leading to inflammation and other gynecological problems.
Genetic mutations, hormonal imbalances, and environmental factors influence ovarian cancer, which primarily targets the vital organs within the pelvis, the ovaries. The risk of ovarian cancer skyrockets when exposed to dioxin and unhygienic napkins that irritate the skin and genital area. Dioxin, a recognized carcinogen, heightens vulnerability to ovarian and other reproductive cancers.