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  krazy_glu3  |  0

lay off.. it was a frggn typo I'm sure. the u and I are right next to each other. geez.
I've made typos before and when I went to repost with my correction, I couldn't because of the anti-flood crap.. so I just say screw it, since I don't feel like waiting.

  DjeePee  |  24

...sometimes I wonder why some people just seem to be unable to keep a relationship. I guess I now know the reason.

OP, you wake up because he played with that string? What the hell was he doing then? Pulling it out and sticking the whole thing back in?


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  kurai88  |  4

@#83 it depends how long you keep it in, 'idiot'. if you're having a nap or sleeping for less than 9 hours, it's pretty safe as long as you practice good hygiene.

  spanelli  |  16

90- No, actually, it isn't safe. Good hygene helps to some extent, but a lot of the time it isn't enough. You should change your tampon every couple of hours. Keeping it in for an extensive amount of time (4-8 hours) is unsafe.

  pink_insanity  |  0

Biology 101? How about having B.S in Biology with plenty of microbiology experience and being a med student? It is NOT safe to sleep with tampon in. WHY on Earth would you want dead tissue to be stuck there for the whole NIGHT? If she's bleeding so much she can't wear pads because they would leak, it's an extra safety concern because there is even more dead tissue than average there. If she is not a heavy bleeder, she can wear a pad fine without staining anything. There is a reason menstrual blood stinks you know. If my bf told me to wear tampon at night bc it's cleaner, I would tell him to frak himself. It's a day-only invention!


172 - I don't bleed all that heavily, but pads are EXTREMELY uncomfortable in my opinion, and I sleep with a tampon in every night that I'm on my period. There is always the risk of TSS, but, like zowie said, there's always the risk of getting hit by a car when crossing the street, too. I'm gonna go ahead and say that the advice from my gynocologist is pretty reliable, and for the 6 to 8 hours of sleep I get at night, it's not that big of a deal.

  brighteyes81  |  0

104: Thanks for lightening the mood. Your comment made me lol.
172: If my obgyn who spent about 8 more years in school and studies a particular focused part of the body and focuses on issues like this says it's ok and the box says change every 4-6 hours or whatever and I'm doing that WTF does it matter whether or not I'm sleeping? You're going to bleed less anyway when you're sleeping. Btw, trying to throw out your BS degree is not impressive.

  claireful  |  4

172- I sleep with a tampon in every night that I'm on my period. It's too heavy not to, I even have to wear a pad at the same time (not just at night, everyday i'm on my period.) it's not unhealthy to have a heavy menstrual cycle, some of us just have crappy luck.