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Here's What You Should Do About Your Tampon When You Poop ...

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Feb 3, 2015 ... Some say the tampon comes loose during the act of pooping itself. ... to change their tampons every time they go — removing a dry tampon isn't exactly a walk in the park. ... time in the bathroom, and seeing (non-period) blood in your stools are all .... Can You Get Through This Quiz Without Getting Tricked?

Tampon Facts | 7 Things You Didn't Know About Tampons

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Tampons Stay in Place When You go to the Bathroom Because a tampon ... You can use the bathroom freely without having to change your tampon every time.

Can you pee with a tampon in? | U by Kotex

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Thinking that I couldn't pee with a tampon in is part of the reason why I didn't start using tampons until a long time after I started my period. Here comes a big sigh ...

16 Ways You're Using Tampons Wrong - Cosmopolitan

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Apr 30, 2015 ... While unlikely, tampons can cause toxic shock syndrome (TSS), a potentially deadly disease. ... You use a tampon the day after your period ends (just in case!) . ... you've been dying to call, keep the applicator out of the toilet.

Why isn't "Don't poop while you have a tampon in" written on the box ...

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Jun 5, 2014 ... Sometimes it happens an hour after inserting a tampon, and then I need to .... I can push it back in a little if necessary, but if you gotta poop what are ..... I go to use the bathroom and the cup starts sliding out (and I'm not really ...

How to Avoid Peeing on the Tampon String: 8 Steps

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Otherwise you can use a seat-liner or tear several strips of toilet paper, lay them on the toilet ... It is not necessary to change your tampon every time you urinate.

12 Embarrassing Tampon Questions For Girls, Answered | Gurl.com

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Feb 3, 2015 ... ... you ever wanted to know about how to use a tampon, different tampon issues, ... While a tampon obviously doesn't go into the same hole that poop or ... area, so leaving one in while doing your business can seem a little tricky. ... Or is it just gross to not change your tampon after going to the bathroom?

Can You Pee with a Tampon? | New Health Advisor

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But what should you do when it comes to using the bathroom? Can you pee with a ... If you need to urinate, pull the string to the back or side. If you're going to ...

FAQ: Can you flush tampons? - The Period Blog

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Jul 10, 2014 ... Read this before you use your next tampon ... I don't have a lid on my garbage can and I share my bathroom with others so wrapping it up is a ...

Can I go to the bathroom (pee) when I have a tampon in? | Center ...

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Nov 11, 2015 ... You can also leave your tampon in when you have a bowel movement. *See diagram ... Can I swim if I'm wearing a tampon? Do I have to take ...

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Do I need to change my tampon after using the bathroom? | Go Ask ...

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Sep 3, 1999 ... Hello Alice,. I've looked at your FAQ but I haven't found one like the one I have. When a woman uses a tampon, does she need to change it ...

Do Tampons Hurt? - Tampon Myths Busted - Tampax.com

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Can a tampon get stuck? ... Don't worry, a lost tampon is not going to happen! ... If it does break, you can use your fingers to reach up and remove the tampon or ...

Some people think that tampons will clog your toilet if you flush them ...

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Some old toilets or plumbing systems are tricky and can get clogged easily – not ... and promise you that whoever owns the toilet you're using will appreciate it!