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Question Posted Tuesday May 30 2006, 7:17 am

Does it hurt when you first put in a tampon? My friend said it did! If you put it in right does it still hurt? And what does it feel like?

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Suriii answered Monday March 28 2011, 5:11 pm:
Honestly, it shouldn't hurt tooo bad. Its like a little poke, then its in and you dont notice. (thats how it was for me.)
And this may seem gross, but if you try putting a finger in, it'll stretch, and you SHOULD be able to fit a tampon in, Honestly, thats what i did. I couldnt use a tampon until i was able to put a finger in.
I hope i helped!

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barbieblissx answered Tuesday May 30 2006, 10:34 pm:
most of the time it hurts like hell because most gurls on their first time dont know how to put in a tampon right.. and alot of gurls are to tight for the first time to considering if u are a virgin. which is a good thing.. but you will get use to it. after a while it is comfortable.. sometimes.. but i hate tampons in general..heh


LOL I love tampons.. if you are really tight than it could hurt...

<33 geri

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jealousyxo answered Tuesday May 30 2006, 4:16 pm:
1.yes a little bit since youve never stuck anything up there before it feels a little weird and tight.
2.If you put it in right,you should really feel anything,if it does hurt its in wrong.
3.It dosent really feel like anything,you dont really even think about it once its in you.

&hearts; danielle

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XoNeLLiE143oX answered Tuesday May 30 2006, 2:00 pm:
If you are inserting a tampon correctly, then no it should not hurt. Don't listen to your friend. She/He is wrong. Maybe She(im hoping she) inserted the tampon wrong, in which case she needs to be careful. You shouldn't be able to feel the tampon if it's inserted correctly.
*rate please&thankyou*

um ok, first of all i always write *rate please&thank you* after all my answer, if you'd look at my advice column you'd know that. And second, I don't think I deserved a 2 because I did answer your question. Everything you asked I answered.

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gabohhx answered Tuesday May 30 2006, 1:25 pm:
Tampons don't hurt... make sure you remove the applicator.. seriously no one told me how to use one and i didn't bother reading the instructions about 3 yrs ago and it really hurt and i told my mom and she showed me how to put it in.. i felt so retarded for leaving the plastic thingy on there. haha

you might want to start out with a jr. size (they aren't big) the easy glide peral tampons make a great jr. tampon

don't be afriad to ask for someone to actually show you.

i hope i helped

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soccergurlie1220 answered Tuesday May 30 2006, 12:49 pm:
Well, depends if you put it in wrong then it will hurt, but if you don't is shouldn't. But there is an accepting for it hurting. The first few times i used a tampon when i just got my period it hurt and i was uncomfortable, but that was because my body wasn't use to it...but don't worry it doesn't hurt really really bad its just uncomfortable and I'm sure after your first period of using a tampon you'll be a pro!! ((Its been about a year for me using a tampon and sometimes I totally forget I have one in)) so again don't worry soon it'll feel like your not even wearing one!!

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Razhie answered Tuesday May 30 2006, 12:01 pm:
It can be a little uncomfortable at first, but if you've put it in correctly it should become really easy to ignore. If it is painful, you've done something wrong and either need to re-read the instructions and try again, or see a doctor.

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Tulipg17 answered Tuesday May 30 2006, 11:47 am:
No, it shouldn't hurt. When it's in correctly, you shouldn't feel anything at all.

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