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    Does anyone ever do this? I wore 2 for the first time last week at the beginning of my period (as it is heavy at the start). Does anyone else do this? are there any dangers?
    I am also losing my virginity soon and I am very ahem "tight" (even foreplay hurts) so I'm trying to "stretch" a bit. Is this a very bad idea?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Does anyone ever do this? I wore 2 for the first time last week at the beginning of my period (as it is heavy at the start). Does anyone else do this? are there any dangers?
    I am also losing my virginity soon and I am very ahem "tight" (even foreplay hurts) so I'm trying to "stretch" a bit. Is this a very bad idea?
    http://www.healthboards.com/boards/a.../t-144499.html
    Basically: NONONONONONONONO
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    :s i didnt know it was possible to.... why dont you just use a super plus tampon?? they are usually quite big lol, do you not find it unconfortable? i probably would, ive tried a tampon and a pad before and even then i feel werid.
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    in short; yes it is a bad idea.
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    wouldnt a higher absorbancy be better for a heavy flow??
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    But are there any health reasons as to why you shouldn't?

    It's more of a case of not wanting sex to hurt as much than having a heavy period - although it is heavy at the start.
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    No no no no!! You're not meant to wear two tampons at the same time! Don't do it!
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    It wouldn't stretch it for sex either I don't think. It just seems pointless.
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    ****ting hell! :eek:

    Can't you just wear a tampon and a pad like everyone else?
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    But are there any health reasons as to why you shouldn't?
    Depends if you like having increased odds of getting TSS.

    It won't stretch you either. If your period is heavy, use a better tampon or even a maxi pad and tampon. Never put two up there!
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    nooooooooooo
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    But are there any health reasons as to why you shouldn't?

    It's more of a case of not wanting sex to hurt as much than having a heavy period - although it is heavy at the start.
    Use a super absorbant tampon + a large super absorbant towel during your period.

    Once period is over- use your fingers to loosen yourself if you are worried about being too tight.
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    How do you even fit in 2???
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    It is possible to do it..

    i once did it by accident when i forgot i already had one in and it felt uncomfortable for a few hours lol

    but no its not safe. If you want too stretch yourself try yoga
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    I put in two by accident once cos I forgot about the one I'd put in the night before. When I went to change it I was shocked to see another string, nothing bad happened but I wouldn't do it on purpose!!
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    Two tampons isn't going to make you less 'tight' for sex... Remember you're naturally designed to have sex, and people were having sex way before Tampax showed up. Everything will fit, the only thing that'll make it tight is nerves and lack of lubrication.

    Really, drop the tampon thing. Although TSS is pretty rare, you don't want to do anything to make that chance riskier, and using two tampons instead of just using one to match your flow is a bit reckless.

    Get a bigger tampon, relax and use lube... basically
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    all the health people say dont do it, but back in the olden days people did it quite often and they havent died.
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    Good Lord. No don't do it!
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    (Original post by Renal)
    ****ting hell! :eek:

    Can't you just wear a tampon and a pad like everyone else?

    Only extremely heavy endometrial like periods need too wear a tampon and a pad..and even then it's quite rare, i have endometriosis and just change my tampon every 2 hours instead
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    What??? Is that even possible??? It sounds pretty dangerous to me!
 
 
 
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