You think you know all of the tampon rules, but you could be wrong. Here, the common mistakes people make while using them and what to do to keep your vagina free of infection and feeling good. Washing your hands before you get all up in there helps prevent contaminating your tampon on its way to your vagina, says Alyssa Dweck , M. You'll know because you'll feel it: A too-shallow tampon will be super uncomfortable — you may even feel the cotton edge at the entrance to the vagina, Dr. Dweck says. You shouldn't sense anything when it's properly positioned.
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Tampons: questions & misconceptions
Can You Pee with a Tampon In?
How do you insert a tampon, can you pee with it in, can you flush it? Will it fall out? So many questions that seem awkward to ask. A tampon is an absorbent material compressed.
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Can I go to the bathroom (pee) when I have a tampon in?
Tampons are a popular menstrual product choice for women during their periods. They offer greater freedom to exercise, swim, and play sports than pads. Your tampon goes inside your vagina.
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