Do oil tampons prevent tearing during birth?
Depending on the size of the tear, it can heal on its own or may need suturing.
Yes, as tampons keep flow within the body it means it doesn't hitthe air and thus there is no odour - although tampons do encouragebacterial growth so after tampon use (you ne…ed to alternate withpads as often as possible) or after menstruation odour can be farstronger. More hygienic internal options like menstrual cups orsoftcups are best for this.
It is possible for tampons to tear the hymen. The hymen is tissue that surrounds the vaginal opening - in mostcases this is a narrow band of tissue so doesn't cover much of t…hevaginal opening, and the hymen is flexible, thus it can allow smallitems like tampons through without tearing (many women's hymensremain in tact even after having intercourse, only tearing whenthey give birth). If you look at your vulva you should be able to see your hymen tosee if it is still in tact and whether it is likely to be effectedby tampon use. Bear in mind that the hymen is nothing but left-overtissue from development within the womb, it doesn't mean anythingif it is torn.
Everyone is different so it won't work for everyone. However, my mother has had 8 kids (including a set of twins!) and she does not have a single stretch mark on her body anyw…here. This lady was so big when she was pregnant with the twins I remember she couldn't even bend over to tuck me in and kiss me goodnight. So I am going to say yes. It works wonderfully! Drink water all day long as well. Hydration will have endless benefits for you.
NO. If you are pregnant, you are not menstruating and should have no reason to use a tampon. If you experience enough bleeding during pregnancy to warrant the use of a tampon… or napkin, call your doctor or go to the emergency room.
yes you can,but why would you have a tampon in anyways?
Yes, it is possible for a tampon to tear or irritate the cervicallining. This is more common when using length-ways expandingtampons such as Playtex, rayon tampons such as Pla…ytex, Tampax, orKotex, also more common in women who have short vaginal canals.
i dont think it is recommended
No, tampons should only ever be used during menstruation - even ifyour bleeding is heavy enough to warrant a tampon you won't knowhow heavy bleeding will be or for how long so… there is risk ofusing too high an absorbency. Also during miscarriage risk ofinfection and PID is higher, given tampons negative effect onvaginal health they shouldn't be used at this time.
A woman should NEVER use tampons when not menstruating - thus apregnant woman wouldn't be using tampons to begin with.
The perineum is the space between the vagina and the anus. It's possible that someone trying to insert a tampon into a dry vagina could tear the perineum, but that would be un…usual. Perhaps alcohol played a part?
What surgery is performed to prevent tearing of the tissues as the child moves through the birth canal?
yes. Even sports can tear a females hymen. (because of the activity and moves a female makes)
Tampons are absorbent wads of material - rayon, cotton, naturalsponge, synthetic sponge, cloth - that are inserted into the vaginaduring menstruation to absorb menstrual flow …in order to prevent itleaving the body. Tampons are one of several menstrual productsavailable to women, other options include pads which absorb bloodwhen it leaves the body or cups which college the blood inside thebody.