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Tampons strings make tampon removal easier, but they are not essential - there are many tampons and other sanitary products like menstrual cups or softcups which don't have strings. All you do to remove a tampon without the string is reach into your vagina and remove the tampon with your fingers.

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Why does a tampon have a string?

Some tampons have strings in order to make it easier to remove the tampon. Not all tampons have strings, to remove you would insert clean fingers into the vagina to grab the tampon and pull out.


How do you take out tampons?

Just pull the string until it slides out. Each type of tampon comes with instructions that are important to read. The tampons have strings that are attached, and once the tampon is inserted properly, the strings stay where they can be reached with your fingers and used to gently pull out the used tampon. Read the instructions on the type you are using to be sure you are following all important instructions. If the strings are not where you can reach them, the tampon may have turned sideways which can happen with strenuous exercise, or may have lost the attachment to the string. In those situations, you may have to see a gynecological doctor to have it removed safely.


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tampon strings


Would a transvaginal ultrasound see a lost tampon?

A transvaginal ultrasound would not see a lost tampon. Tampons can't get lost in the pelvis. A speculum exam would tell you whether there was a tampon in your vagina.


Is it normal to remove a tampon and have lots of fluid come out?

Yes, it is normal to see lots of menstrual flow coming out when you remove a tampon. A tampon is literally a plug of absorbent material, although it absorbs a lot of the flow some will collect behind the tampon and as such will leak out when you remove the tampon.


How do you remove a tampone?

If you're using a tampon with a string then you just relax and pull firmly but gently on the string. If you're using tampons without a string then you insert clean fingers into your vagina and grab the tampon, then pull out. As long as you're relaxed and using tampons correctly there should be no discomfort.


How do you keep tampon string from pee?

You move the tampon string out of the way of your urethra, or you can use tampons without strings to avoid the problem all together.


How can you get out a tampon with no string?

You don't need a string to remove a tampon, strings are simply added to some tampons to make removal easier - many cloth tampons, sponge tampons, and soft tampons don't have strings. There are also other items like menstrual cups, softcups, diaphragms, and caps that don't require strings.All you need to do is insert your [clean] fingers vaginally and pull the tampon out by grabbing the tampon itself. If you struggle to remove the tampon be sure to relax, get into a squatting position and push down on vaginal muscles to move the tampon closer to the vaginal opening.If you still can't remove the tampon ask a friend/family member to help you, or you'll need to go to your doctor as leaving a tampon in over 4-6 hours increases risks of infections and TSS.


Do you got to a gynecologist to remove a tampon?

If you can't remove a tampon yourself then you can ask a friend or family member to help you. If you still cannot remove the tampon then yes, you go have to go to a doctor like your gynecologist to remove the tampon or else you risk serious health problems like TSS or severe vaginal infection.


How do you take out a tampon?

If it hurts to take out, it is probably because it's too dry. So what I like to do is to just go to the bathroom (pull the string out of the way), with the tampon in. Then the tampon will get moist and it will be easier to slide out. It always works for me. :)


Should you go to the hospital if a tampon gets stuck and you cant find the string?

I would, but just pull hard on that little string. Try relaxing and taking deep breaths. Then try again to remove it. If not, go to the hospital to prevent any nasty conditions such as TSS (Toxic Shock Syndrome)


Is it easier or harder to remove a used tampon?

In theory it should be easier to remove a tampon. When you come to remove a tampon it will be saturated with blood, assuming you've used it correctly, so it will be softer and better lubricated so there is less friction upon removal.