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I kinda need help knowing my flow...any tips?

Verified by Dr. Jennifer Lincoln, MD, IBCLC
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There are a couple ways that you can get to know your flow. Take a peek at your blood when you're switching out your products. Investigate the consistency, the colour, the smell and any other features of it. Take note of which size of absorbency you tend to fill up and for how many hours. This will help you determine which products you like best and need for your coverage. (Remember: this might mean super tampons on day 1 but light tampons by day 5). Another great way to get to know your flow is by tracking it! OB/GYNs will ask you when your last period was so it’s also a great way to have an answer ready!

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