After giving birth women can experience bleeding, both directly after giving birth and for some time later due to irregular hormones. Although tampons shouldn't be worn during this time because without knowing how heavy her bleeding is going to be using tampons increase risks of TSS.
If you were pregnant you'd not menstruate, and as such you wouldn't be using tampons to begin with so it's a bit of a pointless question. But assuming you did have a tampon inserted while you were giving birth, certainly it's not going to prevent you giving birth! The tampon would be removed by the doctor or midwife for one, but even if you were giving birth along it will likely come out with the baby.
Separating them by several thousand miles would work.
It's not likely. It would be the case if she was lactating after giving birth.
If you were shot in the head several times would you still be stupid?
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.
according to my knowledge mankind is giving birth to mankind only history reveals the same thing no other mammle would do this
You would call her a pregnant woman about to give birth.
I believe it is possible. Humans and gorillas i think have the same dna and its arranged the same. so yes. but giving birth would be painful
You would change just as you would normally - take a tampon from your locker and go change in the bathroom. If someone was to notice it doesn't matter, people know that as a woman you menstruate and there is no shame in that what-so-ever.
Yes, If they died before they gave birth they would be extinct.
i would watch her , if valentine was giving birth to 11 bunnies .....................
Yes, a man would know if you have a tampon in when he inserts his fingers into your vagina. He would be able to feel the tampon inside the vagina.