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What sports wears the most padding?
My guess would be Ice Hockey. Given that American football players wear shoulder and leg pads as well as a helmet; ice hockey players are required to wear a helmet, shoulder pads, padded pants, elbow pads, and shin/knee pads. Don't forget the padded skates, gloves, and mouthguards!
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It's personal preference. Some women prefer using pads, although commercial pads like Always or Kotex may be uncomfortable as they're rough and don't allow air flow so can b…e uncomfortable when active, cloth pads like Lunapads or underwear with pads built-in like Lunapanties are a lot more comfortable to use when active. Some women prefer using tampons, although they aren't as bulky as pads so give more freedom when active for many women tampons increase cramps. It is a far better idea to use softcups or menstrual cups, which are also safer and more reliable.
There are only shoulder pads, shin pads and scrum caps allowed. The main shoulder pads are ther to protect a main bones in the should from damage when tackling. For the front …row they stop the "hit" causing damage to a certain degree
Anytime during her monthly period, she also has an option of tampons. Pads should be used for when a girl has just started and can wear tampons as she feels comfortable.
shoulder pads shin pads
Goalies are required to wear a helmet, throat guard, mouthpiece, chest protector, gloves, athletic cup, and cleats, optional equipment includes shin guards and padded goalie p…ants.
I do. I'm scared of tampons; terrified! I just wear bikini bottoms with a pad inside, with board shorts over. The period stops from water pressure, so no need to worry.
Jocks or Underwear Almost all professional athletes wear jock straps. Some obvious exceptions would be those in the non-contact sports like golfers, sailors, arche…rs, etc.
Well of course there isn't an age limit. It's just some girls may want a little shape or to look bigger but for me I'm 11 and I like to wear padded bras (but not to bed I've r…ead it'll be bad for your girls later in life) because it seems like every other bra without padding nipples can show through and it seems Luke EVERYONES wearing padded bras these days.
You can not get an infection if you change your pads often. Just, be sure when you have a heavy period change often as 1 hour, if your period is light you can change every hou…r an half or so. And, make sure you keep clean.
I'm a guy and I wear maxi pads every day at home and work because after I pee I dribble and who wants pee in their pants and down their leg? So yes, it is okay if you have a r…ight reason to. I am gay and need them because after sex I have discharge that I don't want soiling my clothing. I have sex often so basically I wear Stay free pads every day and my panties are never soiled and stay pretty. I always attach a new pad when I dress after sex, feminine gay men should know this as a fact of life. when I was young [teens] it wasn't an issue but when I was about 40 things got stretched and weren't so tight anymore so it was then that I needed something to absorb the fluids from men who loved me
You can use a light one or perhaps a pantliner depending on the amount of discharge.
t honestly depends on how developed she is, get her a little cheap bra with no underwiving or padding and take her to the nerest lingerie shop who will fit her and give you go…od advise on what she should wear. At the age of 10 she is probably starting to notice her body so a padded one may give her more confidence, to be honest it is totally up to you as neither have an effect on her health as long as they do NOT have an underwire.
Not necessarily. If you are worried about vaginal discharge, a pantyliner would suit your needs because it smaller,more comfortable, and still fully absorbs.
a helmet, shoulder pads, elbow pads, hockey gloves, shin pads, and a gurdle
Girls wear pads so the blood don't go through their underwear and ruin them.
Immediately after you operation you may find that you have to wear pads for a few weeks as there will be some discharge from your vagina which will turn into a grey fluid …in time. After all your wounds have healed there should be no discharge.