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Had baby in nov & went on paraguard in jan. Having heavy bleeding. Have to wear pad & tampon together. I have to change every hour or less. What's up?
Can make bleeding worse. It sounds like it is your first period so I assume you are not breast feeding. There is a medication called Lysteda that will decrease bleeding during menses. You could get on the pill for a month and see if that improves it or wait it out. It may not be as bad going foreward.
Gd luc. ...Read more
Neither: The best thing you can do for hygiene is to change your pad and/or tampon every time you go to the bathroom leaving anything soiled I or out of your body for a long period of time is not hygienic. ...Read more
If I had sex 13 days ago and I got my period like normal time, could I be pregnant?? It was heavy enough to wear pads and tampons. Am I pregnant?
No: If you had a regular period after unprotected sex, then it is a very safe assumption that that instance of sex did not lead to conception and pregnancy. Implantation bleeding (bleeding at the time of a brand new pregnancy) would be unusually light and is typically just a bit of spotting if anything at all. Rest assured that an abnormally heavy period would not be implantation bleeding. ...Read more
I think my partner hit my cervix during sex and a couple days later I had a bloody discharge enough to wear a pad tampon my period is in 2 weeks wha?
Why would I have a clear discharge like a period all the time? For the past 2 months. I have to wear a pad or tampon. What could this be? It does not
What's happening to me and what should I do? I'm leaking water or pee I'm not sure what from my vagina and I'm pretty scared, I have to wear a pad and tampon to hold the liquid in because its flowing uncontrollably like a period, please tell me what's wro
First of all you posted in ob/gyn, are you pregnant? If so this is an emergency and you should go to OB triage. Hopefully you are not pregnant, I think you would have mentioned that in your post.
On to your concern, you need to be evaluated by your doctor right away, a more worrisome issue would be a fistula or it could be something as simple as a uti. Either way you need an evaluation and treatment.
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Not used to wearing a tampon and I am having to wear a tampon due to the fact that I don't have any pads. Why do they hurt?
Take it out: Tampons have been associated with pelvic infection. If that tampon hurts you should not use it. ...Read more
I don't like to wear pads because they make me uncomfortable. Could the tampon catch the clear stuff or is it just wasteful?
Any advice? I have had the coil since tuesday this week and I really can not stand wearing pads anymore, is it safe to wear a tampon?
What to do if I prefer not to wear pads because they make me uncomfortable. Will the tampon catch the clear stuff or is it just wasteful?
Daily tampons??: Don't recommend daily tampons for possible leukorrhea. ...Read more
I started today, but my flow seems lighter than usual. If I wear a pad there's nothing but if I wear a tampon I can fill it up. Why is that?
Light menstrual flow: If your period is just beginning, your flow may be light. Once it gets going, it could pick up. Blood may pool in the vagina before showing up on a pad. Depending on your "normal, " as long as the rest of the period is not out of the ordinary, there is no need to worry. But, if you are concerned, take a pregnancy test. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I wear tampons during the day and pads at night. Why is it that I am still getting dried out after doing this because my GYN said it was healthier?
Ask your GYN MD: You need to ask your GYN MD this question to find out the answer. ...Read more
Don't know your age: But a female can begin using tampons once she is responsible enough to change them regularly? Do you fit that bill? Discuss this with your mother. ...Read more
Not recommended: It could increase your risks for an infection. ...Read more
Ok don't laugh but how do I wear a tampon? And can I wear it at night when I'm sleeping and all day etc? Is it better than pads? Never worn one
Tampons are safe: Tampons are very safe when used correctly and often more convenient than pads. When learning how to insert a tampon, read through the guide that comes in the box. It is very helpful to put a hand mirror on the floor and stand over it, so you can actually see what you are doing. It is okay to wear tampons at night. Never leave a tampon in for more than eight hours without changing to a new one. ...Read more