So I had a gynecologist appointment this morning. I haven't used a tampon before so she wanted me to try one to see if it was comfortable for me. She put one in at my appointment so I could get used to it, but I don't have my period. She said that I should be careful taking it out since it'll be dry. So when I tried to take out the tampon it was really difficult, and it felt like it was resisting and tugging. When I finally got it out, it looked too short for a tampon (again, I wouldn't know because I haven't used one before). It was almost square shaped instead of longer. Does that mean part of it is still inside me? If so is there a way I can get it out myself without going back to the doctor??
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