Is there any concern for Toxic Shock Syndrome when using tampons after enemas? One of the solutions the tampon industry had was to design a different tampon for each flow, such as light or junior for light flow, medium or regular for medium flow, heavy or super for heavy flow and super heavy for flowing like the Mississippi River. It seems that the risk of toxic shock came from using a tampon for a greater flow than what a woman was experiencing as it could cause bacteria to form and the longer it was left in, the more bacteria could spread. It can also be spread by packing the nose after nosebleeds or packing after surgeries, so it can happen anywhere.
I just worry about you guys and want you to be educated about the risks so please don't see this as a damper to your fun. I just don't want to lose any of you.