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Pads or tampons?

hi, i have a pretty close relationship with my mom but i know that its not gunna sound like it when i tell u this but bare with me. ok so hears the story: i had a barmitzvah to go to and i wanted to ware a thong with my dress there was only 1 prob i have my period and i use pads. so i decided to talk to my friend, she came ova and we rode our bikes to the drug store to buy some tampons. it turns out that i love tampons now, like soooooo much better than pads. but the thing is that my mom dosent know that i use them and i don't wanna keep sneaking around behind her back to buy tampons (i no i sound stupid). k so the question is: how do i tell her? i a bit nervous to tell her since ive only had my period 2ce. thanks so much
Asked On : Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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Just tell her that you've discovered that tampons are more comfortable and cleaner to use, and that you like them. Shouldn't be a big deal, really.
Answered: Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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