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You need to position a mirror so you can see and feel yourself. Once you have sorted out your anatomy you can do it by touch alone. The vagina does not go straight up, it goes more up and back so you need to put in the tampon at an angle. If you don't have a female relative who you can ask to help go to the school nurse, she has been trained to answer questions like this.

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โˆ™ 2016-07-23 01:28:24

You don't need to be able to see where your vaginal opening is, most people do not look at their vulva's every time they go to insert a tampon. You can insert a tampon simply by feeling where the vaginal opening is located and inserting as normal. If you cannot locate your vaginal opening then it's unlikely you understand your vagina well enough to know how to use tampons correctly, stick with pads.

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