For sure, tampons aren't meant for every day sort of discharge, they are WAY to absorbent for that and it will hurt every time you take it out. But to answer your .
The tampon normally goes in fine, but it always hurts when I take it out.. If it goes in without pain and you can't feel it when it's in there, then it is unlikely that .
The tampon will stay put until you take it out. Q: Can I wear. The fact that it hurt when you pulled it out is because tampons are designed to expand in your body.
However, you can try pulling out the tampons at different angles (when you insert a tampon you push it towards the small of your back – so when you take it out .
I have used tampons a couple of times in the past and I don't have any problems putting them in, it just really hurts when it's time to take them out. Why does .
I just got my period and I was wondering if it is normal for it to be painful when you take your tampon out? Because this is. Here's how to do it the right way.