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How do you know if you have a tampon stuck in you?

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Tampons cannot get stuck inside your body, you can forget about having inserted a tampon but that doesn't mean that it's stuck. If you suspect you may have left a tampon inside your vagina then you feel within the vagina for the tampon and remove it. Once you remove the tampon use pads for the rest of that cycle, and if you can't remove the tampon you need to see your doctor.

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Typically girls wont get tampons stuck in them. You know you have a tampon in you if you put it there.

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You know a tampon is stuck because you wouldn't be able to get it out - that's what stuck means! If you can't remember if there is a tampon in your vagina then you can insert your fingers vaginally to feel if there is still a tampon inside your vagina. As long as you're relaxed the tampon should come out, a bath and/or masturbation can make removal easier, but if you do find you can't remove the tampon then you should see your doctor as if left too long it can be very dangerous.

No, a tampon cannot get stuck inside you. The tampon can go no further than your vaginal canal, as long as you relax it will come out.

A tampon cannot really get stuck at all. A tampon can go no further than your vaginal canal, it can't be pushed any higher than that. As long as you are using a tampon and relaxed upon removal the tampon will come out.

having a tampon stuck in you is your first problem. you are at risk of getting a disese and you better get 2 the doctor quik

Yes, I guess so. If he feels comfortable with pulling the tampon out of your vagina.

Tampons cannot get stuck - they can go no further than your vagina and they will come out again. If you struggle to remove the tampon then be sure to relax, or try masturbating so you are more relaxed and lubricated to make removal easier. If you still struggle to remove your tampon then you need to go to the doctor as soon as possible to have the tampon removed by them.

Whether it's normal to feel pain after retrieving a 'stuck' tampon depends on what you mean by it being 'stuck', what you did to retrieve it, and how long afterwards it continues to hurt. If the tampon was 'stuck' because it was too dry then it would have caused vaginal tearing and irritation so would hurt. If the tampon was 'stuck' because you were tense and you had to force it out that would hurt too. If you're experiencing pain days or weeks after removal then you may be looking at an infection.

This is not recommended, it could get stuck.

No, a tampon cannot get stuck in the uterus. Tampons sit within the vaginal canal, at the top of the vaginal canal is the cervix which is the opening to the uterus - the opening within the cervix is too small for a tampon to pass through, also the tampon sits slightly lower down than the cervix.

No, of course not - a tampon would be inside the vagina, urine comes out via your urethra.

Tampons can't really get stuck, they can't go any further than your vagina canal and what goes into your vagina can come out as long as you're relaxed enough. When inserted tampons can't be felt at all, if there is pain then it's most likely that the tampon isn't inserted enough. Know that if the tampon gets stuck and you can't remove it then you need to seek medical help to get it out.

A tampon inside you won't cause bleeding, although it may cause odor. If you think you have a tampon stuck inside you, squat down, bear down, and put a finger inside your vagina. Do you feel a tampon? If not, there's probably not one in there. If you're still not convinced, see your health care provider or your local family planning office.

Yes, a man would know if you have a tampon in when he inserts his fingers into your vagina. He would be able to feel the tampon inside the vagina.

I hope so if you see a doctor or a surgeon

Tampons can't get stuck inside you. Tampons can go no further than your vaginal canal, this is because at the top of the vaginal canal is the cervix (opening to the uterus) and a tampon cannot pass through this. As long as you relax and you're using tampons correctly you can remove a tampon - if you struggle then you'd need to see your doctor for help to remove the tampon.

Tampons can't really get stuck in your vagina, there's no where for them to go and as long as you relax the tampon will come back out again. If you do find you can't remove a tampon you should ask a friend or family member to help you, otherwise you'd need to see your doctor or go to hospital to get help to remove the tampon before it caused serious health problems like TSS.

No. The tampon is right at the opening of the vaginal entrance - it can not reach your stomach. And even if it could it would be too small to feel. You have both ovaries and uterus and intestines but I bet you can't feel them. A tampon is smaller.

You cannot. It has to be snaked out or the toliet bowl replaced.

A tampon would only end-up in your stomach if you were to swallow it, which would be difficult to do given tampons are large and dry so would likely not be easy to swallow. If there was a tampon in your stomach then it would likely be digested but may cause blockages. Chances are that if you swallowed a tampon it could get stuck and you would need to go to hospital, so don't swallow tampons.

Your dog cannot get pregnant by consuming your tampon. In order for you dog to become pregnant is with the sprem from a male dog. What you need to be careful of is to be sure that your dog is able to defecate the tampon or continues to act the same. If she does not, the tampon may be stuck in her innards and may require a visit to the vet.

A tampon goes into the vagina - the hole where the blood is coming out, the only hole where the tampon would fit other than the anus. If a woman is menstruating she should know where her vagina is located, if not then she should learn more about her anatomy before considering tampon use.

Well the tampon can not actually get stuck inside of you but if you mean inside the vagina, you just need to togg at it abit and it will come out. Just relax and don't panic. I would recommend using small ones at the start then larger ones as you grow! x

Tampons cannot get stuck, a tampon would only be in for a month if you left it there. Obviously you remove the tampon and don't use tampons again for some time so your vagina has a chance to recover. You will likely contract a vaginal infection like bacterial vaginosis so see your doctor for antibiotics.

You know that you have a tampon in because you physically inserted that tampon! If you think that you've forgotten about a tampon being inserted then you insert your fingers vaginally to check if there is still a tampon there. If you've left a tampon for too long then use pads for the rest of your cycles and watch for symptoms of vaginal infections like bad-smelling excessive discharge.


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