MUSEUM OF MENSTRUATION AND WOMEN'S
menstrual tampons (1944-1955?, U.S.A.,
International Cellucotton Products Co.,
maker of Kotex menstrual pads, panties, belts, educational booklets),
of this version of Kotams.
I thank Procter
& Gamble for donating the
NEXT | box tampon
measure 4 1/2 x 6" (11.4 x 15.3
"New" is not quite the word to
describe the mesh covering
since the company had
used a similar covering in its
earlier tampons Moderne Woman, fax
side of the instructions.
Kotams as often as your
individual needs require it."
After the toxic
shock disasters of the late
1970s and early 1980s the industry
drastically modified its
directions for the amount of time
to leave tampons in the vagina.
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