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Sorry about the late reply. Been at work the last 8 days (damn Covid). Typically the existing packaging is about a 5 year shelf life. Storing them in humid environments can cause mold to develop quicker than in a drier environment. The three main types of bacteria that can cause toxic shock syndrome are staphylococcus aureus, clostridium sordelli and streptococcus pyogenes.
Cleveland Clinic has some good information about TSS.
Thank you.

I was curious about fungi and molds, however. There are certain peanut molds, for example, that are horribly carcinogenic. Black mold (in air conditioning systems) can cause nasty problems with lung ailments, arthritis, and so on.

Are there molds that can grow on stored hygiene products that may cause bad health problems when a woman is using them?
 

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