Like sanitary pads, tampons are another way to absorb menstrual blood, but they work inside the vagina before the blood has chance to leave. When I heard about this I certainly felt it’s far better than a sanitary pad.
QUESTION: Hmmm… don’t know how it work and how you use it, girls? Here is how you use it…
ANSWER: Tampon is made up of absorbent material that sucks in the flow of blood. It is pressed into a small cylinder and you have got to insert it inside your vagina.
QUESTION: So how do you slide this inside your vagina?
ANSWER: Some tampons use cardboard or plastic to guide the insertion process but, some rely solely on your fingers. Don’t worry it’s not that complicated, it’s pretty simple.
QUESTION: Oh! But, how do I remove it off?
ANSWER: Well, this isn’t complicated as you think. The tampon will have a string attached to the cylindrical shaped part. This hangs out of the vagina, and it lets you remove it when you wish to.
I know girls I haven’t answered all your queries but, turn to the video. It gives a clear idea about using a tampon and then you are free to decide if you want to use one. After watching the video I found it pretty cool.