First time I attempted to put in a tampon was the last day of vacation a few years ago. Well, I was going to put it in so i could swim.. I jumped in the pool thinking the water would soften it, and there was a sharp pain when i moved my legs. Well after about 3 minutes, the pain went away. Well, I went back into our condo and… the tampon was gone LOL.
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Once you get your period, you'll need to use something to soak up the menstrual blood. Your choices are a pad or a tampon. If you've ever seen them on the store shelves, you know there are many varieties to choose from. How do you know which one is right for you? Pads are rectangles of absorbent material that you stick to the inside of your underwear. Some have extra material on the sides called "wings" that fold over the edges of your underwear to better hold the pad in place and prevent leakage. Sometimes, pads are called sanitary pads or sanitary napkins. Tampons say: TAM-ponz also absorb menstrual blood, but they work from inside the vagina.
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Is that true or can I use a tampon? Any girl who has her period can use a tampon. Tampons work just as well for girls who are virgins as they do for girls who have had sex. And even though using a tampon can occasionally cause a girl's hymen to stretch or tear, it does not cause a girl to lose her virginity. Only having sex can do that. Whether a girl decides to use a tampon or a pad is completely up to her. Lots of girls who are active — and girls who enjoy going to the pool or beach — want to use tampons so they don't miss out. It may take some practice putting in a tampon for the first time. Some girls find that using a slender-size, applicator-style tampon especially one with a rounded top makes it easier at first.
Tampon Problems — How to Put in a Tampon. Are you having difficulty inserting a tampon for the first time? If you've had this experience, by now you're probably scared to try again because you feel stupid, are scared of the pain, or think you must be built funny down there and just can't use tampons. Use the guide below to learn about properly inserting a tampon. Some girls have "extra" tissue that can interfere with inserting tampons. This is called a septate hymen; the "string" of tissue down the center is called a "strand.