Um, you do know that the opening you urinate out of and your vagina (where your tampon goes) are two different openings, right?
Skipping a period is common and will happen to most women at least once during their reproductive years. It's usually caused by no ovulation and if there is no ovulation there usually isn't a period. Nothing to be worried about.
Also, if there was a tampon still in your vagina, you'd know by now as an infection with it's characteristic foul odor would have occurred by now.View Thread
That would be a good question to ask. They found endometrial cells during one of my pap smears but knew they were probably from my period (I had ended less than a week prior) and I didn't have to have a biopsy.View Thread