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Pain when pulling out tampon. What did I do?

I always use the super absorbency tampons no matter what my period flow is because it is different from one hour to the next. yesterday and today, I have experienced extreme pain while pulling out my tampon. The tampon is dry, but everytime i go to the bathroom to urinate, my urine gets on my tampon and then i HAVE to take it out, even if in theory it is not READY to come out. so when i pull on it, of course it s dry and hard to pull out. and as i pull on it, It feels like it is taking my cervix with it or pulling my tissue from waaaayyyy up where my cervix is. its very painful....and tonight when i took my last tampon out and tried to put a new one in, it hurt just as much putting it in as pulling one out! what did i do? i obviously tore something, or irritated something...
Asked On : Sat, 6 Oct 2012
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Rule out cause is there is white discharge of fungal infection of Moniliasis or Candidiasis. Treat it with Canesten or Candid Vaginal tablet alternately with Betadine vaginal pessaries inserted into vagina at bed time for 14days. alternately still cure.
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