Tampons should definitely not hurt when you sit down. What I'm thinking is you didn't insert it properly. I know it can be a little tricky at first, but it will get easier .
If it's painful to sit down or walk around, something's gone wrong; usually it's that the. Do I wear a pad/tampon if I'm not on my period just in case I get it?
The fact that it hurt when you pulled it out is because tampons are designed to. Tampons do not break down once they are submerged in water, they are made .
I noticed when a tampon gets full, it moves down my vagina if that makes sense?. I don't know why it does this because I definately put it up far enough.. .. Right now as I sit there it is just burning, stinging and wondering whether to go try and .
If you're finding it hurts to use a tampon you might need to change up your approach.. it down, but I just can't wear them any more 'cause it happens every time and I'm. fact that you are having trouble suggests that it's not sitting in the right place.. tampons and cover them with a bit of Vaseline or lubricant when you don't .
When I push in the tampon, it feels as if there is an obstruction and I can't push it in at all.. doing normal activities and it is uncomfortable to sit and even walk at times.. Personally I really do think you should make a further appointment to see .
It hurts going in and I can feel it in there and if I'm sitting down and move the. I don't use Tampax, but I prefer applicator tampons – you should .
Learn the parts of a tampon, where it goes inside your body, and how to. When you're sitting down, your vagina is parallel to the floor, not perpendicular.. It is okay. Put a mirror down there and look. Don't be scared. It is your own body.