Applicatorless tampons were my favorite and the easiest for me to insert back when I used tampons. Check my FAQ page for tips, I think its the second half of the how to insert a tampon question.
No. If a gynecologist needs to do anything invasive they should be using specialized tools.
I don’t have any references because it is technically unproven. All I have is my own experience living with about 100 other girls (college dorms), everyone on my floor that spends a lot of time together has synced up.
*Edit* Also, hormone exchange is common knowledge, I just applied it to that particular situation.
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It takes a while for some people to become completely regular, random changes can be normal when you’re young. The body isn’t finished developing until your twenties.
I’ve never tried the MoonCup (I have a Lunette and a MeLuna) but I’ve heard great things about them. If you want a better selection go to femininewear.co.uk to see all the different options.
Check my FAQ pages and see a doctor to get proper treatment :)
Since you’re so young theres not much the gynecologist will do besides take a quick look at your genitals and ask you some questions about your period and sex unless you have a specific problem they need to examine you for. Doctors are there to help you, they know you’re probably uncomfortable and most work hard to make it as easy for you as possible. No worries :)
Skipping a few periods is fine when you’re just starting out.
It is still possible for you to get pregnant.
I have no clue :/ is it possible you have any open sores or raw patches that are sensitive to the salt water?
Best to ask a doctor.
I’m not sure, it could possibly be a septate hymen. I think its best you ask a doctor.
I don’t condone messing with your cycle unless its medically necessary.
Check my FAQ pages :)
Genital warts is an STI that most commonly gives you soft, flesh colored lumps that can sometimes resemble cauliflower.The warts themselves usually aren’t painful, but can be itchy and can cause sores from rubbing. I suggest you look up some pictures on a medical website to compare what you’re experiencing and if its similar go see a doctor.
You could also just have a case of boils, severe ingrown hairs, zits, or styes. Look up some pictures to see what resembles your “wart looking things” the most.
The “correct age” to have sex is whenever you’re fully ready to give consent and understand the possible repercussions of your decision.