well, you should have a big hole with a pink thing to guard your vagina. Put the tampon in there and try to break the pink thing (hymen) to get it in all the way. Although, you may not have the hymen, so just insert it in the hole closest to your butt hole. the easiser way to do it is to put you foot up on a stool, counter or toliet. somewhere you can bend your knee. a mirror would help. gentley and slowly start sliding the tampon near your holes adding a little pressure. if you feel the tampon slip in a hole. then you found your vagina. the best tampon to use is tampax. the tiny ones. for your first. if your still a virgin then it might hurt alittle. try NOT to break the hymen. then slowy and gently start to push it in the hole. when you feel comfortable where the tampon is and how far it is, then gentley push the thingy. you probaly WANT to ask your mom, grandma or even aunt. :) but make sure you put it up the right hole!
You out it in your vagina, which is the hole in between the anus and urethra. So, basically the middle one, and the only one it will really fit in.
Basic rule of thumb....insert the tampon in the bloody hole....seriously, take a peek with a small mirror...plug what drips---insert it (gently) as far as it will go, remove the applicator if one was included, then gently tug the string to make sure the tampon is seated properly. If you're still in school, the school nurse would be an awesome person to go to for additional guidance--or your local health department/Family Planning office might be a good source of info.
Good luck to you, young woman! :-)
Of course you can put the tampon on your anus but it wont do any good. There is only one hole to put it in apart from the anus and that is the vagina so you can't miss it.
This is not recommended, it could get stuck.
Your vagina hole..which is the one closest to your butt hole. It might be easier to find if you use a mirror to look.
The tampon goes into the vagina - literally the hole is your vaginal opening.There is no other hole that a tampon can realistically go into, the vagina is also the place where the blood is coming out so no reason to put it anywhere else. If you don't understand basic female anatomy it is not a good idea for you to be using tampons, stick with pads for now and learn more.
If they have a tampon the have to take it out,pee.and put in a new one
It is beneath your pee hole, have a good feel around that area
This could be many things, but you may be attempting to put the tampon in the wrong hole. You might want to speak with your doctor, because they should always fit.
No that is physically impossible since the tampon is too big.
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.
What you can do is put your middle finger were you turd at, the slide you pointer finger to the next hole and that's were you put your tampon in. I know it's weird but you gotta do it if the pads are uncomfortable. For me pads are uncomfortable so I use tampons. But before you touch yourself make sure you wash your hands. Then after words wash your hands again.
yes it does
It wouldn't hurt the baby, but why would you put in a tampon, if you're pregnant you don't have your period.
is there a special way to put a tampon in my anus
In the vagina... It's the bigger hole. Just shove it in until it's comfortable, stop if it hurts. And don't forget to remove the applicator.
I hope you are not wearing a tampon when not on a period. This is unhealthy and if you are just starting your period you should not be using a tampon until you are older. The tampon box gives written as well as a diagram of how to put in a tampon. Follow the directions and read the warnings. This is very important.
You don't put a tampon on, you put a tampon in your vagina. All tampon packages include instructions which are far easier to follow than trying to read answers from your screen. Tampon insertion is really not complicated, as long as you're relaxed and use correct absorbency you just insert into your vagina as far as it will do - make sure you know precautions such as when to change.
Every tampon box has detailed instructions with picture of how to put a tampon in. Very gingerly Follow the instructions in the pack.
The plastic part around the tampon is the applicator. You use it to put in the tampon, but you don't leave it in your vagina.
You put a tampon in...
Yes, this is very normal, the first time i went to put a tampon in a was very scared, but dont worry. If you get all nervous before you insert a tampon try and relax as it will make the tampon go in easier if your muscles are all relaxxed and not tensedup.
No, you urinate from the urethra and a tampon goes into the vagina.Both the vaginal opening and the urethral opening are right next to each other within the vestibule of the vulva, but they are not the same hole and it is not possible to insert a tampon into the urethra. A person can urinate as normal when they are wearing a tampon.
You might be uncomfortable, and the tampon would not be able to expand and function normally.
Inserting a tampon is hard at first but with some practice you can master it. Tampons are awesome because you can play sports, swim, and do other activities without the gross feeling of a pad. First, explore your body and get comfortable. Try to find the hole (you can never insert if you don't know where the hole is). Next, wash your hands!!! This is the most important part of the process. You don't want any infections and just think about how many germs are on your hands. Next, open the wrapper to the tampon and hold it in a comfortable position. Try putting your middle finger and thumb where the two tubes meet and put your index finger at the end of the skinny tube because this is where you will push the tampon in. Spread your legs and aim the tampon inserter into the vagina. For some people, they might have to aim it at angle. Others just stick it straight up there and it gets in. All people are built differently, so everyone inserts the tampon in a different way. Next step, push the tampon in. At first you may think that it isn't going in, but moving the tampon around your vaginal area can help find the exact hole. Once you find the hole, push it in. You may feel as if it isn't even going in, but it actually is, you just can't feel it. Once you have pushed most of the tampon in and your fingers are touching your skin, you can use the smaller tube to push the tampon in. The tampon should get in there and you shouldn't feel it. If you do, then you didn't put it in far enough. If this occurs, GENTLY pull it out using the string and start with a new one. I hope that this explanation helped!!! Good Luck!
with a glove and tongs
Put a tampon in or use a pad.