afro_timmy answered Thursday October 20 2005, 6:57 pm: hey
no you wont need to take it out whilst you pee. there are like 3 diferent holes down there. so its also not possible to apply a tampon incorrectly. pee is from the first "hole", your actual vagina opening is the middle one then the back one is your bum hole.
sorry if its put grossly :|
hope i helped emma xoxox [ afro_timmy's advice column | Ask afro_timmy A Question ]
urmomsachltcvrddnt answered Wednesday October 19 2005, 7:08 pm: No, you don't need to take it out, because they're in a different hole. I guess you could apply it incorrectly, but it wouldn't go in any other hole comfortably. Use a mirror so you can see what you're doing.
K2204 answered Wednesday October 19 2005, 6:58 pm: no, you do not have to take it out when your use the restroom, but if you are going to go poop, then you may want to take it out, because the pushing will slightly push it out, and make it uncomfortable.
Yes, you can put a tampon in wrong. The most common mistake is not putting it up far enough.
vermillion26 answered Wednesday October 19 2005, 6:00 pm: you don't have to take a tampon out when you pee, nothing happens to the tampon itself because pee comes out of a different hole than where the tampon is. the string on the outside will get pee on it though, so it might be a little soggy, but youe don't have to take the tampon out. It is possible to apply a tampon incorrectly. You'll know if you do because it will hurt or be uncomfortable. if you put it in properly you shouldn't even be able to feel it. hope I helped if you have any more questions drop them in my box.
powertrash answered Wednesday October 19 2005, 5:58 pm: Nope, you can pee (and poop) with a tampon in. You have three holes down there--one where you pee, your butthole and the hole you put a tampon in. If you follow the instructions on the box, you are not going to put it incorrectly. [ powertrash's advice column | Ask powertrash A Question ]
lunaladyoflight answered Wednesday October 19 2005, 5:57 pm: No honey you don't have to remove your tampon when you pee. Tampons go into your actualy vaginal cavity, which is seperate from your urethra. It's kind of like your throat, you have a glotis that closes when you swallow food, so the food doesnt go into your trachea and lungs.
The only incorrect way to apply a tampon is to not put it in far enough, you'll know if it's not in far enough because you'll feel uncomfortable. Tampons should not be uncomfortable. To correctly apply a tampon, you unwrap it, give the cord a test pull to make sure it's secure. Then, holding the end of the tampon, slide the applicator into your vagina until your fingers touch your skin. Then push the applicator plunger all the way in, and pull it out. There are directions and pictures in the boxes. Tampax Pearl and Playtex Gentle Glide are really good about that.
Also, if you're young, use slender tampons. Your body probably isn't ready for a super yet. As you get used to using tampons, you can gradually increase the size.
yourperfectdisaster answered Wednesday October 19 2005, 5:54 pm: Nope, you don't have to take it out when you go to the bathroom. Just hold the string out of the way. & When you buy tampons, there is an instruction sheet in there. Look at that, it should help you. If not, ask your mom or a friend. (It doesn't mean they have to WATCH you do it, they can just explain it to you more detailed). I don't think there is a "wrong" way to put a tampon in. Once you put it in, it's not going to 'slip' into other parts of your body. So if you get it in, it should be fine. BUT if for some reason, it starts to hurt, just take it out, and start over with a new one. =) [ yourperfectdisaster's advice column | Ask yourperfectdisaster A Question ]
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