Using tampons should not hurt you as long as you're relaxed and using tampons correctly.
Some reasons why tampon use may cause pain:
Yes, sometimes. It's best to start by using a junior tampon (there the purple tampax) and use it when you are on a heavier flow, that way it will go in much more smoother.
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.
Using tampons shouldn't hurt at all as long as you're relaxed and using tampons correctly.Inserting tampons can hurt if you're using too high an absorbency for your flow as there'll be increased friction and drying, or if using commercial tampons you may be allergic to the ingredients in these type of tampon. If you're tense vaginal muscles tense causing vaginal walls to clench together so you may have to force the tampon against vaginal walls which can hurt, also if angle is incorrect you may be pushing the tampon into the side of the vaginal canal.
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.
It wouldn't hurt the baby, but why would you put in a tampon, if you're pregnant you don't have your period.
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.
Pushing down on the plunger of the applicator is what pushes the tampon into the vagina.There are many reasons why inserting tampons may hurt including you being too tense when inserting, inserting at the wrong angle, or using too high an absorbency. It would help if you were to use a non-applicator tampon to improve control and feel for resistance to insert the tampon correctly.
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.
It should not hurt to remove a tampon. If a tampon is dry, and has not collected very much menstrual fluid, it can sometimes be a little bit tricky to remove, because of the dryness. However, it should not be painful. It should not hurt any more than inserting a tampon in.
There's little reason why using a tampon would hurt the first time specifically - nothing about your body changes from using a tampon the first time to using tampons regularly that would mean it'd hurt first time but not the times afterwards. As long as you're using tampons correctly, such as by using lowest absorbency and relaxing during insertion, they shouldn't cause you any pain. Know that if you do start to feel discomfort you can stop before you get to a point where it really hurts at all.
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
No... It doesn't hurt... Just stick it up there and you're good!
No, it shouldn't hurt to remove a tampon as long as you're using tampons correctly.Tampons should be changed every 4-6 hours and you should be using the lowest absorbency for your flow - if the tampons aren't saturated in blood after 4-6 hours you're using too high an absorbency, the tampon will dry-out the vagina thus causing damage and so pain upon removal.You need to make sure to relax when inserting and removing a tampon, if you're tense the vaginal muscles tense causing vaginal walls to clench around the tampon so making it difficult or even painful to remove the tampon. If your hymen is in tact it may get caught, so just move it out the way.
It can hurt to insert a tampon, but it shouldn't - pain is not normal when using tampons.It can hurt if you're not relaxed enough when inserting tampons because the vaginal walls clench together when you're tense, thus you'd be pushing against vaginal walls when inserting tampons. If you use too high an absorbency or if you use tampons you're allergic to this can cause pain, as too will using tampons without sufficient flow. You can also experience pain if you don't insert at an angle or if you don't insert the tampon high enough in the vagina.
Because your body isn't used to them, and you are probably really tight so i recommend either using smaller tampons, or just wait it out a bit and after a while, you will get used to them and your vagina will stretch out to fit the tampon.
No, tampon use shouldn't hurt you at all - first time, millionth time, at no point should it hurt.Possible reasons for pain when using tampons include:Using too high an absorbency for your flow.Allergic reaction to the brand you're using.Lack of relaxation when you're inserting.Inserting at the wrong angle.Not inserting high enough.Inserting into the cervix.
It would only hurt if you are removing them before time and so it is too dry; when a tampon is full of menstrual blood it glides out easily. Remember, though, not to leave it in for more than 8 hours. If you have this problem often, you should switch to a smaller size tampon.
No, it doesn't hurt. The first time though it may feel weird, but you will get used to it. Just make sure you are relaxed, or you will have a harder time putting it in. If it helps, go to your computer, on youtube, and play relaxing music to help calm your nerves. I used the music and it made it so much easier! Don't worry, every girl will have to go through this. I already did and it did not hurt at all, just feels weird. ;)
Tampons can hurt for numerous reasons, here are a few possible causes of pain...You're using too high an absorbency for your flow.You're sensitive or allergic to something in the tampon.You're tense when attempting to insert the tampon.You're inserting at the wrong angle or in a different position.Your cervix is lower than before so you're hitting it with the tampon.Your vagina is already damaged from using a tampon directly beforehand.You have a vaginal infection such as a yeast infection.
You practice using a tampon while using a tampon. You cannot use tampons when not menstruating, and you should not insert or remove tampons over and over within a short space of time - both will increase TSS risk.
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
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.
No, using a tampon does not mean that you're not a virgin.A virgin is someone who has not had sex - you remain a virgin up until you have sex with another person: how you define sex and virginity past that is up to you. A tampon has no impact on whether or not you're a virgin, this is because a tampon is not another person and inserting a tampon is not sex.