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New feminine hygiene Feminine hygiene is a general term used to describe products used by women during menstruation, vaginal discharge, and other bodily functions related to the vulva. Sanitary Towels (also known as maxi-pads or napkins), pantiliners, tampons, and feminine wipes are the major product allows women to take bathroom breaks standing up
MINNEAPOLIS -- You're on the go. There is no sanitary sanitary /san·i·tary/ (san´i-tar?e) promoting or pertaining to health.
1. Of or relating to health.
2. restroom in sightO and you just can't wait. It's a common problem for women who enjoy world travel, camping and outdoor activities. Posing a solution to women's restroom debacles everywhere is GoGirl (http://www.go-girl.com), a new product launched by FemMed Inc of Minnetonka, Minn.
"Women have been faced with the challenge of unfit unfit
not properly prepared, e.g. physically incapable of performing hard work as in racing, because of lack of training. Said also of food prepared unhygienically.
unfit for human consumption or non-existent restrooms for quite some time," said Sara Dillon, sales director of FemMed Inc. "GoGirl is the perfect solution to any bathroom emergency a woman can face. For campers, there's no more soiled clothing or shoes; for travelers, there's no more worrying about what kind of bathroom you'll find or if you find one at all. Even if you just want to avoid germs in places like gas stations and shopping malls."
GoGirl is a simple sanitary female urinary urinary /uri·nary/ (u´ri-nar?e) pertaining to, containing, or secreting urine.
1. Relating to urine and its production, function, or excretion.
2. device (FUD) made from medical-grade silicon that lets women enjoy the same benefits that men do -- in terms of restroom availability. GoGirl is $4.99 for one device, sized to fit easily in a purse or backpack and is disposable or reusable re·use
tr.v. re·used, re·us·ing, re·us·es
To use again, especially after salvaging or special treatment or processing.
Products of this kind have been available and widely used in Europe for years. Already extremely common and popular in Europe, the trend has hit the U.S. in some major institutions such as Texas A&M, which has installed permanent women's urinals.
GoGirl launched exclusively at the Minneapolis Women's Expo on Jan. 16. "GoGirl was a huge hit! The GoGirl comfort stations had a line throughout the expo weekend. More than 40 women provided video testimonials to share their experiences with the product. We also sold three times the product we had anticipated and sold completely out of GoGirl gear," said Dillon. The GoGirl tour will be appearing at events across Minnesota and the Midwest throughout 2009.
GoGirl is a female urinary device that allows women to urinate urinate /uri·nate/ (u´ri-nat) to discharge urine.
To excrete urine.
to void urine. standing up, produced by FemMed Inc of Minnetonka, Minn. GoGirl is for the active woman, traveler or germ conscious. Economical enough to be considered disposable, but sturdy sturdy
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