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My pad gave me a rash, what do I do?

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Make sure your pads are unscented and that you are wearing loose cotton underwear to reduce friction. If the issue continues, try an organic cotton brand, which has been shown to irritate skin less. Apply an over-the-counter hydrocortisone cream to the outer vulva area if it’s affected. Do not put the cream into the vaginal canal. A sitz bath can help to relieve areas irritated and can be purchased at most drug stores. Fill a bath with warm (not hot) water and sit in it for 5-10 minutes, then pat your vaginal area dry. Change your pads frequently to prevent them from becoming too moist and to decrease your risk of irritation.

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