Back to Women's health. It's not possible for a tampon to get lost inside you. It'll stay in your vagina after you have inserted it. The only other opening is through your cervix at the top of your vagina. But this is too small for a tampon to pass through. Tampons have a string at 1 end that usually stays outside your body.
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What Happens If You Have Sex With A Tampon In? 9 Things To Know
At 11 years old, I cradled a tampon — a symbol to me of my newfound womanhood—and squatted oh-so-elegantly over the toilet. The Care and Keeping Of You: The Body Book for Younger Girls was spread out on the floor and I kept my focus on it, trying to follow its directions on how to insert my very first tampon. But despite my best efforts, I was never able to get the tampon in. I didn't know it at the time, but my struggle with that tampon was caused by vaginismus.
Sex During Your Period
The last thing you want to do is stop the action to run to the bathroom and remove a tampon. This can be uncomfortable, and it can also cause some potential problems. You can certainly have sex during your period. Sex while having a tampon inserted, however, is not recommended.
Though it may pose some logistical concerns, there's no scientific evidence that having sex during your period is harmful to your health. Some women even find that having intercourse while menstruating brings several benefits and is more pleasurable than it is at other times. It's important to remember, though, that just because your body is eliminating your uterine lining because an egg was released but not fertilized doesn't mean you can't get pregnant while you have your period. Likewise, concerns about sexually transmitted infections are the same regardless of the time of the month. Having sex while on your period has several benefits that are due to physiological changes that occur in response to intercourse.