This seems to be a pretty common problem on a few of these boards ... But i know where you're coming from, i'm having that same problem. Where the tampon either won't go in, or once i get it in, it keeps coming out.
As far as i know, tampons and fingering/oral sex should have nothing to do w/ each other. If you're having problems w/ tampons, it's probably just how far you're putting them in. What i usually do (i'm not saying you should or anything) is a push the tampon out thro the top just a little before i put the applicator in, so it won't fall out as fast as it normally would. Now, your tampons don't *really* fall out do they? I don't think that is really possible because of the vagina muscles and all that other good stuff ... hehe Mine usually just come down too far so i can't sit or walk or anything and it just *has* to come out. So you take it out and start over ... And pray that you don't have to go "pee" in 10mins again
no, it doesn't come all the way out, just enough to be annoying and uncomfortable...and its never done that before which is the weird thing-and i've used tampons for many years and this has never happened. i dont' know why they're coming out so quickly though...its weird.
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Try inserting the tampon in further up into the vagina. I have this problem usually when i'm using a tampon without an applicator, because i can't insert it high enough. So if you're using a brand that doesn't have an applicator, you should probably switch brands.
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you know whats easier... is if you just shove it up as far as possible (with still string left) using your index finger. Sounds gross, yeah, but if you wash your hands, it's the best thing to do!!
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