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What happens if the blood leaks through a tampon?

Our Answer
What our doctors say

Ok first off, don't panic! Leaks are normal. If blood leaks through your tampon it will likely be absorbed into your underwear, whatever else you're wearing on your bottoms, and worst-case-scenario, maybe a little spot on whatever you're sitting on. Here are 6 suggestions to get a stain out:

  1. Icy cold water
  2. General stain remover
  3. White vinegar mixed with normal soap or detergent, rubbed with a cold wet towel. Then throw the item into a cold wash cycle!
  4. Squeeze some lemon juice onto the stain and let sit for 5 minutes
  5. A mixture of ⅔ water and ⅓ salt gently scrubbed into the fabric with a wet cloth
  6. Mixed baking soda and cold water gently rubbed in (let it sit for at least 30 minutes then wash it in the washing machine on a cold setting

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