After removing the first one, yes, put another one in. Never put more than one tampon in at a time. But if your flow is that heavy you should talk to a doctor. That isn't normal.
Not normal at all, if you have that much bleeding see your doctor immediately, you could be hemorrhaging.
Never use two tampons at a time. If you need to use a napkin as well. But if bleeding is this heavy you should certainly see a doctor as something is very wrong.
Only insert a fresh tampon after you've removed the first tampon, remember too that you need to alternate with pads occasionally to allow your vagina a chance to clean itself after tampon use.
You may want to consider using menstrual cups instead of tampons, a super absorbency tampon only holds up to 15ml whereas the average menstrual cup holds up to 35ml, menstrual cups don't leak like tampons, cups are safer than tampons so there's no need to alternate with pads or use pads overnight with menstrual cups, and compared to tampons menstrual cups can reduce your flow.
If you're going through a super absorbency tampon within 30 minutes then your period is heavy, although this isn't necessarily a sign of a problem you may want to talk to your doctor about checking for any potential problems and going onto medication like Tranexamic Acid to reduce flow.
ten minutes is really late. 13 minutes and you're definitely pregnant.
you could have a really heavy period the day before. your period may not appear until another 2 days sometimes especially if you have an irregular period.
There is really no abbreviation for period
Well, you insert them and, and, oh bother! I don't know. I am really very sorry
480 minutes. 8) good question!!!. 8x60=480 minutes any one who want's to be friend messege me PLEASE I NEED SOME FRIENDS REALL REALLY REALLY REALLY REALLY REALLY BADLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
Well, it's simple, really. You just insert, take out, insert, take out, until one or the other has an orgasmic perfection.
My answer may not really be as easy -as I am understanding the question. The insert is to retain water in the sink. Unless this is a knock-knock joke.
it really depends on when you have your period,age and when you firstv started
this is really simple there are 60 minutes in an hour so 60+10= 70 minutes
hit it really hard with a hammer
Here are some suggestions: "Are you feeling googd?" "I've been wondering about(insert the problem in here)?" "Can I ask you a question?"(If they say "you just did" say"Haha, here's another one," "'insert problem here'")
Did you really just ask how many minutes are in 120 minutes if you are seriously asking this you need help no offense the answer is in this question
When your period first starts it is really irratic so it coming really close together or far apart is normal. It will even out eventually.
means that you are starting your period or you are just really light
Yes ! During your period your hormones go into overdrive , and it will cause you to feel VERY emotional , weather that is really sad or really happy or really mad ! hope this helps !
Yes you can bleed to much on your period but if it is really really bad and won't go away you should see a doctor.
11pm 43,5 min but really im not sure
There are a couple of websites you can print them off from, but to be honest, there is not really any reason for having one. You could simply put a star on your calendar when your period starts and another when it ends, or something of that nature which suits you.
You purchase a track phone. You then buy cards with minutes. Typical is 20 bucks for a 60 minute card. Text messages usually use up only .30 of a minute, so you got 60 minutes - you really got 120 texts. Should you run out of minutes..you usually either have a certain time period to recharge it or lose your phone number.
Are you sure it's another period? It could just be a little bit of bleeding, called "spotting" that's common after your actual period. Instead of wearing an actual tampon or pad, you can wear liners, which are like really thin pads. If this "post-period period" has heavy flow and it's less than about 2 weeks from your last period, you sould probably contact your doctor. Hope this helps! :)
Find a cap that is camoflauged really well into the ball use a screwdriver on the screws insert batteries close the cap and retighten the screws.
They are all different. Earth is fastest, at 23 hours 56 minutes; Venus is slowest, at 243 days. (In fact, the "day" on Venus is longer than the "year"!) There really isn't any relationship between the orbital distance and rotational period.
No nooooooo period!!!!!
no not really