When were Tampons invented?

In the fifth century A.D, the tampons were created by Egyptian women from softened papyrus. In the year 1931, the first modern disposable tampons were created by an American, Dr. Earle Haas. The tampon is inserted into a wound or body cavity to absorb blood. It is made from a bulk of rayon or cotton or a mixture of the two.


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