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It wouldn't hurt the baby, but why would you put in a tampon, if you're pregnant you don't have your period.

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No... It doesn't hurt... Just stick it up there and you're good!


i have heard that the first time you try it does hurt, inside the vagina there is a soft, delacite, and thin tissue, when inserting the tampon, you can break this tissue, it will hurt, and there might be some bleeding


It may hurt the first few times you insert a tampon but with practice it will get easier. If it hurts while it is in that means you did not put it far enough inside your vagina. When you put it in, walk around to see if it hurts. If not, then you inserted it correctly and do not have to worry. If it did hurt, take it out and try again with a new one.


if its your first time it will hurt because your vagina is not use of having a tampon going it. you and your vagina will get use of it and your not comfortable with the tampon then don't use one.


It is not normal for it to hurt when you remove a tampon. Be sure you're pulling the tampon out at the same angle you inserted it rather than pulling straight down.


No, it shouldn't hurt for you to insert a tampon at all.As long as you're relaxed and using the tampon correctly it can be uncomfortable but should not hurt you. Make sure you're relaxed and your flow is heavy enough, aim towards the small of your back, try using lubrication at first, and make sure to insert the tampon as far as you can reach.


Inserting a tampon can hurt, but it shouldn't hurt. Pain is the bodies way of telling you something is wrong, if you start to feel pain when inserting a tampon then stop and address the cause of the pain.Most commonly pain is a result of tensing-up so relaxing is important, but also if inserted at the wrong angle or not inserted far enough it can hurt. You also have to make sure to use lowest absorbency for your flow, too high an absorbency will dry-out the vagina causing vaginal tears.


A woman does not get her period while she's pregnant, therefore, she does not need a tampon.


No, the adult can hurt the babies


Yes, it would hurt because you didn't have sufficient flow to be wearing a tampon. Tampons dry-out vaginal tissues and cause friction during insertion/removal when dry, this results in vaginal damage and irritation.


Tampon size isn't an issue, remember that your vagina is designed to accommodate things far bigger than a tampon, but tampon absorbency is an issue. Tampons dry-out vaginal tissues causing small tears in the vaginal walls, thus if you use too big an absorbency for your flow then it will have more of a drying effect so cause more tears - thus higher risk of TSS and more likely to cause discomfort. As long as you're relaxed and use the correct absorbency for your flow tampon use shouldn't hurt at all.


is there a special way to put a tampon in my anus


I hope you are not wearing a tampon when not on a period. This is unhealthy and if you are just starting your period you should not be using a tampon until you are older. The tampon box gives written as well as a diagram of how to put in a tampon. Follow the directions and read the warnings. This is very important.


You don't put a tampon on, you put a tampon in your vagina. All tampon packages include instructions which are far easier to follow than trying to read answers from your screen. Tampon insertion is really not complicated, as long as you're relaxed and use correct absorbency you just insert into your vagina as far as it will do - make sure you know precautions such as when to change.


Yes. Tampon boxes come with directions on how to use them. If your mother, sister, or friends use tampons, ask them to help you.


the tampon maybe improperly inserted or there maybe other elements such as a tumour or hernia if the pain persists consult a physician


Every tampon box has detailed instructions with picture of how to put a tampon in. Very gingerly Follow the instructions in the pack.


No, removing the tampon should not hurt as long as you relax and use tampons correctly.It can hurt if you're tense, so make sure to relax and try practicing relaxing your vaginal muscles so that you can relax them on command when needed. It can also hurt if you use too high an absorbency so always be careful to use lowest absorbency, if the tampon is dry when you go to remove it try sitting in a shallow bath of water and help the water get to the tampon to moisten and soften the tampon.


It can hurt to put in a tampon, but it shouldn't hurt - so if it hurts stop, and address the cause.Most commonly pain when inserting anything vaginally is due to lack of relaxation, when you're tense vaginal muscles tense causing vaginal walls to clench together so anything being inserted has to be forced so will cause pain. If using too high an absorbency for your flow tampons can hurt due to friction of the tampon against vaginal tissues. Also note if not inserted high enough it will hurt too.


The plastic part around the tampon is the applicator. You use it to put in the tampon, but you don't leave it in your vagina.



It shouldn't hurt at all when you are wearing a tampon, if it does something is wrong.If it hurts when you sit down it is likely that you have not inserted the tampon far enough, thus as you sit down the vaginal muscles push against the tampon lower down in the vaginal canal. This is common when first using tampons or if you use applicators, next time try non-applicator and push further.


well, yes as long as you put on a tampon, but you may not want to. first, tampons hurt. second, when you are on your period your gut looks bigger than it really is.


Yes it is after I used a tampon for the first time it irritated me and hurt a bit, but you should be fine after


Not usually, unless you inserted it incorrectly.



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