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Answered 2015-05-15 03:30:34

There shouldn't be any skin on the tampon as the tampon goes into your vagina and there is no skin in the vagina - there is mucus membrane but it should not shed onto the tampon. Chances are what you are seeing are pieces of uterus lining, which can look like clumps of raw liver and normal when flow is heavy. If concerned you should speak to your doctor to ensure that everything is normal and healthy.

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