Sirona Non-applicator Tampons for Heavy Flow | Pack of 3

945.00 (incl. of GST)

  • FDA Approved
  • Dermatologically Tested
  • Ultra Soft
  • High Absorbency
  • 8H Protection
  • Easy-to-Use
  • Leak-Proof
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Product Information


Constant dampness, restricted movement and rashes due to usage of sanitary pads.


Sirona Non Applicator Tampons are made of compressed layers of highly absorbent fibres with an 8-channel flow that allows expansion and more reliability.

Non Applicator Tampons



200 g


18 × 10 × 8 cm



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  • High absorbency
  • Ultra Soft
  • Dermatologically tested
  • FDA-approved

Non Applicator Tampons


Q: What is non-applicator tampons?

A: Non-applicator tampons come without applicators, which means that the tampon has to be inserted directly with the user's fingers.

Q: What's the difference between applicator & non-applicator tampons?

A: Applicator tampons come with a plastic tube called an applicator for inserting the tampon. On the other hand, non-applicator tampons do not come with the applicator device.

Q: How to insert a non-applicator tampon?

A: 1. Twist and turn to tear the protective foil of the tampon.
2. Ensure your hand is clean as you unwrap the ripped foil.
3. Using the index finger as a guide, push the tampon into the vagina at an angle, towards the tailbone.
Removal: With clean hands, pull the tampon’s string downwards in a diagonal angle. It should not be left inside for more than 8 hours. Dispose of it responsibly in a Sirona Tampon & Condom Disposal Bag.

Q: Are Sirona Tampons FDA-approved?

A: Yes, Sirona tampons are FDA-approved.

Q: How to use a tampon?

A: The tampon has to be inserted into the vaginal canal. It sits there to absorb menstrual fluid.

Q: Why I should use tampons?

A: Tampons are small and discreet devices that when inserted in the vaginal canal, absorb the menstrual flow. Since tampons are inserted and not worn, they do not cause any rashes. There is complete freedom of movement and one can even and swim during periods with a tampon inserted.

Q: How often should I change my tampons? | How long you can wear a tampon?

A: It is advised to change the tampon once every 4 to 6 hours. Strictly do not leave your tampon in for more than 8 hours.

Q: How would I know which size to use?

A: Tampons come in different sizes based on their absorbency. Sirona Regular Flow Tampons have an absorbency of 9-12 grams, Heavy Flow Tampons have an absorbency of 12-15 grams and Super Plus Heavy Flow have an absorbency of 15-18 grams. It is recommended to opt for a size smaller than that required for your flow.

Q: Is it safe to use a tampon?

A: Yes, it is safe to use a tampon provided that you follow the usage recommendations.

Q: Are there any side effects?

A: "There are no side effects to using a tampon, if used correctly.
However, leaving a tampon inside for more than 8 hours increases the risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS), a rare but serious illness that is caused by a specific bacteria getting into the body and releasing harmful toxins. It is this important that proper hygiene is maintained and that tampons are changed every 4-6 hours."

Q: What is Toxic Shock Syndrome?

A: Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) is a rare but fatal condition, caused by a toxic substance produced by certain kinds of bacteria. Its symptoms are sudden fever (usually 102°F or more), vomiting, diarrhea, fainting or feeling like you are going to faint while standing up, dizziness or rashes. It is often caused by prolonged use of tampons. Thus, it is advisable to change your tampon every 4-6 hours.

Q: What is it made up of?

A: The Sirona Tampons are made with ultra-soft highly absorbent natural fibre.

Q: Does it hurt while inserting a tampon?

A: It shouldn’t hurt. You might want to try different types of tampons—with or without an applicator—to see which one suits you better. However, it may be slightly uncomfortable to insert or remove a tampon simply because your vagina is dry, or your flow is very light. Using a small amount of lube tube should help relieve the dryness and make it easier for the tampon or applicator to slide in.

Q: Can I still use a tampon if I am a virgin?

A: Yes, you can.

Q: Can I sleep wearing a tampons?

A: Yes, you can sleep wearing a tampon. However, be sure to remove and dispose the tampon after use after every 6 hours.

Q: Can I pee with the tampon inside?

A: Yes, you can.

Q: How does a tampon work?

A: Tampons are soft, absorbent cotton plugs that are worn internally/placed inside the vagina to soak up the menstrual blood. Proper usage of tampons give you leakproof protection during periods, no rashes and provide greater freedom of movement than sanitary pads.

Q: How often should I change a tampon?

A: The best way to know if your tampon needs changing is to give a gentle tug to the tampon string. If it starts to pull out easily, then it's time to change it; if not, it usually means you can leave it a bit longer. It is advisable to not leave a tampon in for more than 8 hours.

Q: Should I be able to feel a tampon inside me?

A: When a tampon is inserted correctly (pushed in far enough), you won’t be able to feel it. Tampons are designed to be worn in the upper part of the vagina, the part furthest away from the vaginal opening. If you can feel your tampon, try pushing it in a little further.

Q: Is this tampon comfortable to use for first-timers?

A: Yes. It might take a few tries to get the insertion right, but it is comfortable to use.

Q: Is it safe to sleep with the tampon inside?

A: Yes, it is safe. However, make sure that you are not wearing a tampon for more than 8 hours at a stretch. It is advisable to change the tampon every 4-8 hours depending on your flow to avoid any discomfort and infections.

Q: What if the tampon gets stuck inside my cervix?

A: A tampon cannot essentially get stuck in your cervix. Sirona's tampons come with a string long enough to pull it out, whenever you wish to change the tampon. However, at the same time, it is imperative that you choose a suitable size and don't leave the tampon inside for more that 8 hours at a stretch.

Q: Can you flush tampons down the toilet?

A: One should avoid flushing tampons down the toilet. As tampons are made to absorb liquid and expand, they can clog the toilet and pipelines.