I am a virgin; can I use tampons? Girls, do these questions often pop up into your mind when you think of switching to tampons? Since their invention, tampons have been a subject of moral panic and health scares. Sure, there are risk factors like Toxic Shock Syndrome, but using tampons is reasonably safe and easy.
The Truth About Tampons, Virginity, and Teenage Girls
Am I Still a Virgin If I Use a Tampon? (for Teens) - Nemours Kidshealth
Tampons and virginity are a common question asked by young women and people who are just getting their periods. Using a tampon which is actually considered a medical device for your period does not change your virginity status. No way. Your first time having sex is not the same as using a tampon. Putting one thing in one part of your body does not equate to any meaning other than what you give it.
Virgin is eager to use tampons, but worried about hymen
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Using a tampon is not the same thing as having sex. The hymen is made up of thin elastic folds of tissue just inside the entrance to the vagina. Hymens come in different shapes and sizes and cover varying amounts of the vaginal opening.