This is a question I’ve been asked a lot over the past few years. There are many reasons why this happens. Sometimes it’s a result of the bladder filling up. Other times it is a result of the bladder not emptying yet. In any case, the act of urinating can make the tampon get wet because the bladder is full.
Not only that, but the wetness itself can make the tampon fall out. That’s why I like to keep a little tube of sanitary napkin in my purse for those moments when I need to just throw it in a bag and leave without a tampon.
We all know that when you pee, the whole body is affected; this is especially true in the case of women. The wetness that you feel is caused by the bladder filling up with urine. This is why you need to empty it as soon as possible. Your pee should not be in your bladder for longer than 10 seconds. Once the bladder empties though, the act of urinating can cause the tampon to become wet and then fall out.
The wet tampon is caused by the bladder not releasing the urine. And while it’s certainly not a problem for a female, if you’re a guy you should be aware of this, because women pee a lot more often than men and women tend to pee more loudly than men.
So, if you’re like me and can’t get past the embarrassment of the wet tampon, or have a bladder issue, you should stop using them and just get a new one. Of course, if you’re like me and have more important things to worry about, I can’t recommend switching to one of the disposable ones as I’ve had a few.
As it turns out, the reason your tampon gets wet during urination is because it’s the bladder lining that contracts during urination. It’s not a bad thing, but it can be a pain to clean. A few years ago, we did a major study to find out just how bad the problem is. Our study of 3.2 million people found that women had a higher rate of incontinence, especially when they went through a period of menstruation.
The problem is that a lot of guys just don’t realize that their tampons are making sounds when they pee. I guess it’s because they are so busy urinating that they don’t really think about the noise. Well, in the past couple of days we’ve had a couple of guys come to our office and ask me why my tampon is always wet. It’s a little embarrassing. I have a solution though.
It’s a little embarrassing because it shows that you are aware of your own actions. To avoid this embarrassment, try to pay more attention to your actions and your surroundings.
A long time ago, before there were tampon commercials, I read an article on a menstrual cup (a small, disposable cup that is inserted into the vagina) for women. I wanted to understand the mechanics of it, so I read everything I could find about it. After reading it, I realized that the only way for me to know if my tampon was in fact wet was to try and put it in a cup and see if it got wet.
I have long been wary of brands that claim to make menstrual products that are not reusable, because the majority of tampons are actually reusable. When I think of reusable tampons, the first thing that comes to mind are the ones you can buy in the supermarket. I also think of the ones you can buy from your own bathroom.