This question is a bit strange, is there any information about women’s menstrual hygiene during Tudors times? Were they considered “unclean” during their menstual cycle?
This is something that I've been curious about too but it is entirely skipped over in history books on the period, I think because it was not something that was really spoken about. We have had discussions over at The Elizabeth Files forum about menstruation - see http://www.elizabethfiles.com/forum/tudor-times/menstruation-and-tudorelizabethan-times/ and we think that women would have used rags (cotton cloth) to 'mop up' the flow.
There is an interesting article on Elizabethan attitudes to menstruation at http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Attitudes+towards+menstruation+and+menstrual+blood+in+Elizabethan...-a0209577950 and another one at ATTITUDES TO MENSTRUATION IN SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY ENGLAND by Patricia Crawford which can be purchased for $25. Medieval Blood by Bettina Bildhauer - http://litthe.oxfordjournals.org/content/20/4/475.full and on Amazon - looks good too.