No, you are probably just not putting it in right. They are fine to use if you are a virgin. You just need to get used to inserting them. It shouldnt hurt to go in, and if its difficult, try changing the angle a bit. Stay relaxed when you try to insert it, as your muscles will tense up if you dont, and that will make it harder. It is easier to start with the slimmer ones, though the larger ones can be fine as well.
No, it's not too small, you're just a little tight. Or you may be trying to put it in wrong (I still haven't figured it out). Stick to the smaller versions. And realize that it may take some practice to get it in. I know that in some situations is more convenient to wear a tampon, but unless you really need to/want to do something like swimming, you may want to wait a bit.
Hopefully you have purchased the smaller (slender) variety specially made for younger teens. If not, you may be struggling with a larger size designed for mature women. It may be helpful to read this article published by KidsGrowth.com and entitled:
"Using Tampons: Advice for the Teenage Girl"
-- Best wishes - Majikthise.
It took me loads of tries before I could insert a tampon, even using the smallest ones. So, I took a bit of time, in the bath, to get to know my own body better. From that, I learnt exactly where to insert the tampon.
i think you should stick to pads most girls start using tampons after they have sex much easier to put in there :)
the tampon u ve bought must be a smaller one.. buy a tampon which suits ur hole..
Most girls have untill they have sex to use tampons hun .
Maybe you just dont know how to
I know this is an awkward q
meant have too wait sorry