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Cambodian men are extremely attractive but most don’t know English, are poor and misogynist.Of all South East Asia, Cambodia has one of the most misogynist societies.I would highly recommend one, but if you are loyal to tampons, they are sold in Phnom Penh in pharmacies, specifically U-Care pharmacies.

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By the way here’s a great article by Lina Goldberg who has also written a really helpful and reliable expat book for Cambodia.

Recommended Gyncologists and Doctors Meghan: Very similar to a home experience.

Unlike a tampon you can leave it in for up to 24 hours, there is no risk of TSS, and there is no waste.

All that is needed is anti-bacterial soap to rinse it before and after each use.

Birth Control Meghan: While I didn’t personally need birth control pills, the U-Care Pharmacy would be the best place to check for this.

My advice is to avoid local pharmacies and make sure you read the ingredients on what you do buy so that you know it’s the real thing.

OB without the applicator is what you will be buying here, and a pack of 8 will run you about

My advice is to avoid local pharmacies and make sure you read the ingredients on what you do buy so that you know it’s the real thing.OB without the applicator is what you will be buying here, and a pack of 8 will run you about $1.50.If you find tampons with applicators stock up, because who knows when you will see them again. Tina: In Phnom Penh & Siem Reap (which have a big supermarket chain called Lucky and corner stores pretty well equipped with western products) you get what you need.I also don’t know if the sizes are different here as well. Tina: Condoms are available at corner stores in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh, some service stations and pharmacies.The local pharmacies are mostly just a street-facing counter so you’ll have to ask for them but Cambodians seem pretty relaxed and polite so there shouldn’t be any embarrassment.Condoms are readily available and many NGOs hand them out for free.

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My advice is to avoid local pharmacies and make sure you read the ingredients on what you do buy so that you know it’s the real thing.

OB without the applicator is what you will be buying here, and a pack of 8 will run you about $1.50.

If you find tampons with applicators stock up, because who knows when you will see them again. Tina: In Phnom Penh & Siem Reap (which have a big supermarket chain called Lucky and corner stores pretty well equipped with western products) you get what you need.

I also don’t know if the sizes are different here as well. Tina: Condoms are available at corner stores in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh, some service stations and pharmacies.

The local pharmacies are mostly just a street-facing counter so you’ll have to ask for them but Cambodians seem pretty relaxed and polite so there shouldn’t be any embarrassment.

Condoms are readily available and many NGOs hand them out for free.

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If you find tampons with applicators stock up, because who knows when you will see them again. Tina: In Phnom Penh & Siem Reap (which have a big supermarket chain called Lucky and corner stores pretty well equipped with western products) you get what you need.

I also don’t know if the sizes are different here as well. Tina: Condoms are available at corner stores in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh, some service stations and pharmacies.

The local pharmacies are mostly just a street-facing counter so you’ll have to ask for them but Cambodians seem pretty relaxed and polite so there shouldn’t be any embarrassment.

Condoms are readily available and many NGOs hand them out for free.