Prolonged Use of Feminine Hygiene Products to Create Lucrative Opportunities for Toxic Shock Market

The toxic shock syndrome is caused due to toxin producing genus .The disease can create severe medical issues such as organ failure. The gram positive bacteria plays a crucial role in diagnosis of this toxin mediated disorders. The use of feminine hygiene products such as menstrual cups and tampons can cause this disorder .The prolonged use of these products can cause toxic shock syndrome. Timely diagnosis and proper antimicrobial therapies can cure the disease. Furthermore, drugs such as clindamycin can be beneficial in suppressing the toxin production. All these aspects have created new avenues for the growth of the toxic shock market.

The common symptoms of toxic shock syndrome are high fever, diarrhea, vomiting, redness of vagina, eyes, and mouth, and fall in blood pressure. The delay in treatment of this syndrome may cause multiple organ failure and ultimately can cause death. The healthcare professionals are taking various initiatives to create awareness among the masses about the toxic shock syndrome and the treatment procedures. Birth control initiatives have proved to be effective in preventing toxic shock syndrome. The rising awareness about the treatment process has created a positive impact on the toxic shock market.

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Novel Drugs & Therapies to  Boost Growth of Toxic Shock Market

The R&D activities are crucial in development of new drugs and therapies. The key players are investing a huge amount in such activities to add new products which are more effective and efficient. The increasing awareness about the proper use of tampons and ban on hyper absorbent tampons has reduced the cases of toxic shock syndrome. However, the illiteracy and unhygienic conditions prevailing in under developed countries has increased the threat posed by the toxic shock syndrome. The lack of proper medical facilities is major constraint for prevention and treatment of toxic shock syndrome.

The prevalence of toxic shock syndrome among women between the age group of 15 to 20 years in Asia Pacific, North America, and Europe has created lucrative opportunities for the growth of toxic shock market in these regions.

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