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How To Put In a Tampon





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Uploaded on Dec 5, 2010


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This video was recorded a long time ago, and I'm so awkward in it lol.
I tried to explain the best I could without being to graphic.
I hope I helped someone. If I left anything out, or if you have any questions leave a comment.
Thanks for watching!

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Just wanted to add some information about TSS:
TSS is a bacterial infection cause by either Streptococcus or Staphylococcus Aureus bacterias. TSS is not only caused by tampons, but that is the most common cause.
While this is an uncommon infection, it is very serious, and dangerous. Some symptom of TSS are high fever, headache, muscle ache, diarrhea, and dizziness. If you experience these symptoms should see a doctor immediately.
TSS (when caused by tampons), is caused when you leave a tampon in for a long period of time, and the tampon has filled with blood. As that blood sets, it begins to grow bacteria. If left in, your body will begin to absorb the blood, and bacteria, and you will then become infected.
On a side note, theres are other causes of TSS including cuts, so it's important to keep all open wounds clean and covered.
I have included a link for information on TSS also.

Tampon Samples:

More info on using a tampon for the first time:

Info on Toxix Shock Syndrome:

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