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Hurt Put Tampon
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
Please see your gyn: U need an accuarte diagnosis and treatment plan and if that is indeed the case you may need to get referrred to the local university obgyn dept for proper treatment. ...Read more
WHY?: What would be the purpose of the tampon? ...Read more
We took plan b a week ago and I just spotted this morning. I've had mood swings and headaches for 3 days. Also it hurt to put a tampon in. Concerns?
Why do it: Better to use pads this cycle and resume tampons once the UTI is gone. ...Read more
I was lightly spotting and my bf and i had unprotected sex and ever since than im bleeding heavily and it hurts to put a tampon inside am i pregnant?
Possibly but check: Do a pregnancy test. It is possible that you have a STD, a polyp or fibroid or possibly a vaginal rent or tear from the sex. Please get checked out by a doctor who should look inside, order lab tests, perform a Pap smear if you are due and or an ultrasound to look more closely at the vagina, cervix and uterus. ...Read more
Whenever I put in a tampon it feels like I am pushing against something and it really hurts is this bad?
Yes: You may have an old tampon left in there or something is dropping and out of place. Use your fingers to check for anything that does not feel like tissue, and if possible gently pull it out. If you can't pull it out, or if that hurts worse, please go to your GP or clinic. Please don't delay if you have any fever or odor coming from there. ...Read more
I used tampons for the first time, and when I put it in, had it in, and took it out, I had pain, but now I don't have it in and it still hurts,normal?
Exam: If you continue to have discomfort, then an exam will be necessary. ...Read more
I'm 17 & a virgineverytime i put a tampon in it starts to hurt when i put the actual tampon in, not the applicator.Only sometimes it doesn't hurt.Why?
Moisture: It may be related to the amount of moisture in the vaginal canal. Tampons are cotton- like and can be uncomfortable when there is not a lot to absorb. This often happens at the end of the period..The beginning has more flow so less discomfort. ...Read more
Tampon hurts really bad to put it and it's not even my first time using them, what could be wrong?
Learn proper insert: When you first start using tampons you may find it easier to insert a “slim” tampon with a smooth plastic applicator that has a rounded tip. Recommend that you avoid super tampons with cardboard applicators when you first start. There are may u tube videos that provide instruction on proper tampon insertion. Change tampons roughly every 4 to 6 hours. Moms can usually give advice about tampon use. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I didn't put a tampon all the way in and it hurt the rest of the day but after i took it out there was a piece of flesh hanging out, what is it?
Blood clot: Hard to say what a "piece of flesh" is, but if it was anything other than a blood clot then you need immediate medical attention. Blood that pools will stick together and make a dark red, brown, or blackish clot that some describe as looking like a piece of liver. You might also say it has the consistency of jello. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ok so I put in my tampon and it shifted sideways Ive noticed all my tampons do this every period I don't think I put it in wrong becuz it doesn't hurt?
Use applicator: and insert straight in: very small tampons may shift. ...Read more
I just started using tampons and I didn't put it in on a angle I couldn't get it in so I took it out now it hurts to pee should I be worried?
Probably not: You may have irritated your urethra ( tube you pee through) which is very close to the opening of the vagina. This is not unusual. I recommend drinking A LOT of water so that you keep flushing the urethra. The irritation should eventually diminish. If not better in a day, see a doctor or gynecologist to test for a urinary tract infection ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
That can happen.: Especially if the tampon is quite dry when it is removed. If it is inserted at an incorrect angle that can also cause discomfort. Try a tampon with a smooth tipped inserter vice a cardboard inserter. Take care. ...Read more
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