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Some women experience heavy menstruation and require more.
Separate from the health risks, a woman who doesn't have enough pads or tampons will likely end up bleeding on her clothes. Athena Salman, D-Tempe, introduced House Bill 2222."In our prison system, a 16-count of Always ultra-thin, long pads cost $3.20," Salman told the House committee this week.
Most hygiene-product companies advise changing a pad or tampon every four to six hours to prevent odor and infection.