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Can a tampon break your cherry?

Can a tampon break your cherry?

Yes: Your hymen may be inured by a tampon but that doesn't mean you lost your virginity. You lose your virginity when you first have intercourse. Discuss your gynecological anatomy and health with your doctor or gynecologist. ...Read more

Hymen (Definition)

A membranous fold of tissue that partly or completely occludes ...Read more


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Can your cherry (hymen) be popped from a tampon?

Can your cherry (hymen) be popped from a tampon?

Easily: It may be small enough in diameter to slip in, but since it will become larger in diameter after it absorbs menstrual blood, the hymen can be torn when it is removed. The term is a rather crude one cited by teen males for achieving success at a sexual encounter with a virgin. I would not apply it to this event. ...Read more

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If your a virgin and you use a tampon will it pop your cherry?

No: Your cherry as you call it, we call it a hymen, will not be destroyed by inserting a tampon. The vagina will still have the tightness of a virgin. ...Read more

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If I use a super absorbent tampon, will it rupture my cherry? Please reply because I'm thinking of using one as pads are uncomfortable when I workout

If I use a super absorbent tampon, will it rupture my cherry? Please reply because I'm thinking of using one as pads are uncomfortable when I workout

You decide: Remember that a tampon absorbs menstrual blood & will become thicker in the process. If you can slide it in without difficulty, it may have room to be extracted without pain/tearing. However, if it is a tight fit going in, expect problems getting it out. ...Read more

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Im16 years old and me and my boyfriend have already had sex 3 times and I didn't bleed for any of them is my cherry is popped if I didn't use tampons?

Im16 years old and me and my boyfriend have already had sex 3 times and I didn't bleed for any of them is my cherry is popped if I didn't use tampons?

Yes, but...: The "cherry is popped", but that is an ongoing myth. In the modern world, one should not be thinking of cherries (except the bing, ranier, and other varieties found at the farmers' market), and one should not be thinking of "popping cherries". So, a person is a virgin until he/she has sex for the first time. It is normal for a woman to bleed a little and it is normal for her not to bleed at all. ...Read more

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Can a tampon break the hymen?

Can a tampon break the hymen?

Yes: The hymen may be very fragile or very strong. A thin, fragile hymenal membrane will require very little pressure to cause perforation. For many women the hymen becomes perforated as a result of their normal physical activity. ...Read more

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What does it mean to have your cherry break?

Losing virginity.: The hymen is a ring of tissue at the entrance to the vagina. Some girls who are very physically active even before puberty can disrupt the hymen; most commonly a female will have slight injury to this tissue during intercourse or intimate touching. This hymenal injury and subsequent bleeding has often been called "popping the cherry." ...Read more

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Can part of a tampon break off while in use? I used one last night before bed and woke up with no period until later that night. This is not normal.

Can part of a tampon break off while in use? I used one last night before bed and woke up with no period until later that night. This is not normal.

Yes: Just about anything can break, although tampons normally don't. With that said, I suspect you want to know what to do next, right? 2 choices: check inside yourself - you can't lose anything inside your vagina b/c it's like a pouch. Or go to ER or see your Family Doc/GYN/Planned Parenthood for someone else to take a look see. Of note, irregular menses are common but so are STDs/STIs w/o condom use. ...Read more

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So after the tampons breaks the hymen, will it hurt and bleed when having first time sexual intercourse?

Hymen: Despite the hymen being broken with use of tampons, sex might be a little bit different. You still may have bleeding and pain with first Due to the hymenal ring. And bleeding as well as pain may occur. So go slow when that time comes. Always remember to practice safe sex and use condoms ...Read more

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Frequent vaginal bleeding in between periods only about 3-4 day break in between bleeding and saturate 50+ regular absorbency tampons/3wks for 3mos?

Frequent vaginal bleeding in between periods only about 3-4 day break in between bleeding and saturate 50+ regular absorbency tampons/3wks for 3mos?

Irregular periods: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections ; hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test. There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit. ...Read more

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Period started today and I tried to insert a tampon for the first time but it wouldn't go in when I wiped there was slimey blood did I break my hymen?

Period started today and I tried to insert a tampon for the first time but it wouldn't go in when I wiped there was slimey blood did I break my hymen?

Maybe: A tampon may not be a good choice for you if you have a vaginal entrance including a narrow hymenal opening. The tampon will increase in diameter (size) as it absorbs menstrual blood. If you are having trouble getting it is, you will have more when you remove it and would tear the hymen in the process. ...Read more

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Which is best, tampon or pad?

Which is best, tampon or pad?

Tampon: Any protection is good, it becomes a matter of patient preference. Tampon if used properly is less irritating on the skin. Remember to use non scented tampons or pads. ...Read more

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How can you properly use a tampon?

How can you properly use a tampon?

Bring up knees: Most important is either bending over or laying on your back to insert a tampon. Most come with an applicator that makes placing it in the vagina easier so that the absorbent part of the tampon doesn't scrape against vagina tissue and make it irritated. Most tampons have diagrams in each package. I bet there's even a youtube video, though I haven't checked. Good luck! ...Read more

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Should it hurt to put a tampon in?

Should it hurt to put a tampon in?

No.: It’s a good idea to use the smallest size tampon when you are learning how for the first time. It is also easier to insert it when your period is moderate to heavy as this allows the tampon to glide in more easily.
If the tampon is inserted correctly, you should not feel it. If you feel uncomfortable in any way, you may have inserted it incorrectly or not in enough. Never force it in! ...Read more

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How to remove a tampon that's stuck?

How to remove a tampon that's stuck?

Stuck tampon: If you can not remove it yourself go to healthcare provider and get it removed immediately. ...Read more

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How often should I change my tampon?

Tampon: Normally every four to six hours. More often if you have a heavy flow. ...Read more

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How to tell if I have a tampon stuck?

How to tell if I have a tampon stuck?

Feel for it: If you are unable to feel the tampon or the string in the vagina, see your gyn. Your doc can check in the vagina and remove a tampon in the office if it is there. ...Read more

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What happens if you eat a cherry pit?

What happens if you eat a cherry pit?

Usually nothing: You will just pass it out the other end in the stool or it will dissolve somewhat during digestion. Nothing to worry about. ...Read more

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Tell me some advice on using tampons.?

Tell me some advice on using tampons.?

Discuss with doc: Discuss this with your gyn doctor or nurse practitioner. You may also wish to discuss their use with your mom, older sisters or cousins. ...Read more

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Are tampons harmful to use or healthy?

Are tampons harmful to use or healthy?

NO PROBLEM: Millions of women use tampons without problrem. Only caution is not to leave super tampons in for longer than 6 hrs. ...Read more

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How can you put a tampon in correctly?

Tampon use.: Please see this site: http://www. Youngwomenshealth. Org/tampon. Html. It provides step by step simple instructions with appropriate illustrations. It will take all the guess work out of using a tampon. Take care. ...Read more

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How much time should you keep a tampon in?

Tampon use: Change tampons roughly every 4 to 6 hours. Ensure that you remove the tampon within 8 hours at the longest. ...Read more