Are OB super plus tampons discontinued?
It seems now that although J&J is going to stock the shelves again, the OB Ultra tampon has indeed been discontinued. And here is where Maxim comes in.
Is Super Plus or Ultra bigger?
Regular tampons hold between 6 and 9 grams of menstrual blood, super tampons hold between 9 and 12, super-plus hold between 12 to 15, and ultra hold 15 to 18 grams (approximately twice the amount of regular tampons). It’s also worth noting that while Toxic Shock Syndrome is rare, it can be life-threatening.
How much blood does an OB super tampon hold?
A fully saturated super tampon may hold up to 12 milliliters of fluid. A fully saturated regular daytime pad may hold around 5 milliliters of fluid. A fully soaked overnight pad may hold 10 to 15 milliliters of fluid.
Are OB tampons discontinued?
First Quality Enterprises, Inc. has announced that its affiliate, First Quality Hygienic, Inc., will discontinue manufacturing and selling tampons in summer 2021.
What’s the difference between super and super plus tampons?
Super absorbency tampons provide the extra absorption that some people need the first day or two of menstruation when their flow is heavy. Super plus absorbency tampons: These tampons can absorb between 12 to 15 grams of menstrual blood.
Should I use super or super plus tampons?
How many Super tampons should I use a day?
However, 3-6 products per day (pads or tampons) is normal. If you’re using less than that, you may not be changing them enough for health and hygiene. If you’re using more than that because they are filling up fast or leaking, you may want to try a bigger size.
Is it normal to bleed through a Super Plus tampon in 2 hours?
If you need to change your tampon or pad after less than 2 hours or you pass clots the size of a quarter or larger, that is heavy bleeding. If you have this type of bleeding, you should see a doctor. Untreated heavy or prolonged bleeding can stop you from living your life to the fullest. It also can cause anemia.