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Could I be allergic to tampons? What caused this allergic reaction?
This morning when I woke up I went to go take a shower cause i do everyday when im on my period. And when I went into the shower (not trying to gross anyone out, sorry if i do) but a lot of blood started dripping down my leg. And i rinsed it off and then afterwards i started itching and i got a bunch of dark red dots in that one spot. But its not itchy anymore..i sprayed it with Benadryl. And i know this is an allergic reaction to something because when i used this body wash last time the dots appeared. And NO I did not use any body wash when i started itching this time, i didnt even take the shower yet.
What could of went wrong? I really dont wanna stop wearing tampons cause i just started using them and i'll be pretty upset if i can't wear them anymore. Additional Details Mine are unscented
Could it be TSS? =/
I change my tampon every 3-4 hours
Do you only get TSS if you leave it in to long?
Please go off tampons and see a doctor. Do not take this lightly but seek professional advice. I also suggest that you do not self medicate until you know what is wrong.
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Please go to the doctor..
Do you want to put your life in the hands of strangers on Yahoo! if it is a sign of an allergic reaction???? Reactions can come in may different signs and bleeding in one area is not normal. It could be a sign of something else entirely different, but only a MD would know.
Some tampons are scented/deodorized. You may be allergic to the perfume.
You may need to switch back and forth between tampons and napkins until your body adjusts. Stay away from deodorant tampons, no one knows the difference but you. Keep yourself clean and change frequently. I don't know what else more to tell you.
Try a different company of tampon. Some companies use cheap materials that may be irritating your skin. I don't think it's possible for you to be allergic to tampons in general. It may have just been a rash caused by stress or heat or something else you brushed up against but didn't know it.
Try changing brands. You may be sensitive to the plastic in the tube. The red dots you describe MIGHT be a reaction to your scratching, too.
TSS would show up as a very high fever, not a rash.