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You can use anything you like - pads, tampons, cup -- with your period after stopping depo provera.

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After the last shot of Depo Provera, it can take over 6 months for the drug to leave the body.But you should start another form of birth control after 6-12 weeks after your last shot.


No, tampons should only be used when you're on your period. Never use when not menstruating as this will be uncomfortable and potentially increase your risk of contracting Toxic Shock Syndrome. There's absolutely no reason to use tampons when not on your period, having a massage makes no difference: there's no reason why you should need to use tampons while having a massage.


no actually you should NEVER use a tampon when you aren't on your period.


Tell your mom then she will probably get you tampons or something like that.


There's no reason why you should use tampons for your period.There are lots of options for dealing with your periods: pads, tampons, menstrual cups, softcups, free bleeding, menstrual release, etc. Whether you use tampons or not is up to you but there is no reason to ever use tampons if you don't want to, many women never use tampons.Its best to look at all your options and decide what works best for you.


A heavy flow should be dabbed by super jumbo tampons


To help you period you should always use tampons or pads. These will help your underwear staying fresh and clean during your period.


You should expect to have your period several days after stopping the Depo Provera shot. However, some women don't experience any bleeding until months after stopping it.


Approximately4 per day.Considering that tampons should be changed every 4-6 hours, and that tampons cannot be worn overnight while sleeping, at most women should be using 4 tampons per day - obviously it depends on the woman's flow and what absorbency is used as if a woman's flow is too heavy for the tampons she's using them she'd need to change tampons more often and thus use more tampons.


You should start using tampons as soon as you are comfortable with your period as well as your pads. If you are a swimmer, athlete etc. you should try tampons cause you can go underwater. To use a tampon varies w/ different people.


Well, I Should Hope Your Mum Has Had The Talk With You By Now. Lol. But If Not... Basically You Have You Clear It Up So Get Yourself Some Tampons Or Period Pads. Period Pads Lay In Your Knickers , And Tampons Go Inside You. =]


You should write down the date so you can track it, and use either feminine pads, or tampons.


You can try to get pregnant at any time after stopping Depo. There is no need for a waiting period.


You don't, you should only ever use tampons when menstruating.Tampons are not hygienic or healthy so they should be avoided when at all possible, if you do use tampons you only use them during menstruation. You shouldn't use tampons when not menstruating or even with light flow, with less blood tampons will absorb more vaginal discharge resulting in splitting and ulceration in the vaginal walls so higher risk of TSS.


Nothing. For your period, nothing, really. Tampons and pads should be used, however.


you should probably carry : Tampons towels a plastic bag paracetemol sanitizer clean knickers


No. It is dangerous to do so and would be very uncomfortable. Tampons should not be worn when not on a period ( read the tampon box) and young girls just starting their periods should not use tampons for a year or two. There is a bacteria infection that is caused by tampons when not worn correctly or too long. It is called toxic shock syndrome and it can kill if the bacteria builds and enters the blood stream.


Yes, using a tampon before you get your period can hurt and can be dangerous.Tampons should never be worn when not menstruating, even when you get your period they shouldn't be used at certain times such as with light flow or spotting. Tampons absorb vaginal moisture so dry-out vaginal tissues, this causes small tears in the vaginal walls which can be painful but which also allow bacteria and bacterial toxins into the bloodstream so risking TSS.


Your period will continue when you get into the pool and thus you may leak into the pool unless you use internal menstrual products to stop this from happening - and you should stop this from happening! You can use tampons, soft tampons, menstrual sponges, menstrual cups, diaphragms, or softcups in order to go swimming on your period.


You do not necessarily have to use tampons, but it is good to use some form of a feminine product while on your period to absorb the blood. You should use either a tampon or feminine pad (or napkin).


You don't have to use tampons to swim while on your period. You can use menstrual cups and softcups for swimming, as well as safer than tampons cups can be worn with light flow which tampons can't, menstrual cups also don't leak like other options. You can also simply sit-out of swimming while you're on your period, it's up to you what you use and what you do on your period.


If you chose to use tampons then you insert one when your flow is heavy enough to do so. Tampons should not be worn with light flow or spotting, only use with full flow and be sure to use lowest absorbency. Tampons also shouldn't be worn if you have a vaginal infection, stick with pads instead.


It can take up to three months for your period to return after stopping hormonal birth control such as depo provera or the pill. Any longer than this and you should talk to your doctor. Even if you do not have your period, you can still become pregnant so should take precautions if you are not trying to conceive.


If you're using tampons, then you should use them often when you're dancing and just wear what you want after. But, if you don't use tampons I would suggest using an Always Infinnity pad.


No, tampons are not good for kids and there's no reason for kids to be using tampons.Tampons are for people who are menstruating, and should be avoided in pre-teens and teens.



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