Is It Safe To Have Sex During Your Period?|R-R

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During your reproductive year, you’ll get a menstrual period about once a month.

There’s no need to avoid sexual activity during your period.

Though period sex can be a bit messy, it is safe.

Having sex when you’re menstruating can actually offer a few advantages, including relief from menstrual cramps.

What are the benefits of having sex during your period?

Is It Safe To Have Sex During Your Period?

Sex during period has a few up sides.

  1. Relief from cramps

Orgasm may relieve menstrual cramps.

Menstrual cramps are a result of your uterus contracting to release its lining.

When you have an orgasm, the muscles of your uterus also contract, then they release.

That release should bring some relief from period cramps.

Sex also triggers the release of chemicals called endorphins, which make you feel good.

Engaging in sexual activity occupies your mind, which may help take it off your menstrual discomfort.

  • Shorter periods

Having sex may make your periods shorter.

Muscle contractions during an orgasm push out the uterine contents faster. That could result in shorter periods.

  • Increased sex drive

Your libido changes throughout your menstrual cycle, thanks to hormonal fluctuations.

While many women say their sex drive increases during ovulation, which is about two weeks before your period, many report feeling more turned on during their period.

  • Natural lubrication

You can put away the KY gel during your period. Blood acts as a natural lubricant.

  • It might relieve your headache

About half of women with migraine headache get them during their periods.

Although most women with menstrual migraines avoid sex during their attacks, many of those who do have sex say it partially or completely relieves their headaches.

Tips On Having Sex During Your Period

sex Is It Safe To Have Sex During Your Period?

Here are a few tips to make period sex a more comfortable and less messy experience.

  • Be open and honest with your partner. Tell them how you feel about having sex during your period and ask how they feel about it.
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If either of you is hesitant, talk about the reason behind the discomfort.

  • If you have a tampon in, remove it before you start fooling around.
  • Spread a dark-colored towel on the bed to catch any blood leaks, or have sex in the shower or bath to avoid the mess entirely.
  • Keep a wet wash cloth or wet wipes by the bed to clean up afterwards.
  • Have your partner wear a latex condom. It will protect against pregnancy and STIs. And it might make those males who have blood phobia feel more comfortable.
  • If your usual sexual position is uncomfortable, try something different. For example, you may want to try lying on your side with your partner behind you.

Don’t let your period put a halt to your sex life. If you do a little prep work, sex can be just as enjoyable during those four or so days, as it is the rest of the month.

You might be surprised to find that sex is even more exciting during your period.

What are the possible side effect of having sex during your period

  • The biggest down side to having sex during your period is the mess. Blood can get on you, your partner and the sheets, especially if you have a heavy flow.
  • Aside from dirtying the bed, bleeding may make you feel self-conscious. Anxiety over making a mess can take some or all of the fun out of sex.

But this can be prevented by avoiding your heavy flow days and have sex on the first and last 2days of your periods when you have a lighter flow.

  • Another worry about sex during your period is the risk of spreading a sexually transmitted infection (STI) like HIV or hepatitis. These viruses live in blood and they can spread through contact with infected menstrual blood.
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Only have unprotected sex with people whose status you’re sure about and also using condoms every time you have unprotected sex can reduce your risk of spreading or catching an STI.

  • If you plan to have sex during your period and you’re wearing tampon, you need to remove it before hand. A forgotten tampon can get pushed so far up into your vagina during sex that you’ll need to see a doctor to have it removed.

Having sex with a girl who is on her period won’t give you chronic incurable cough as believed by many.

Can you get pregnant when you have sex during your period

If you aren’t actively trying to conceive, using protection is a good idea. No matter what part of your menstrual cycle you’re in.

Your chances of conceiving are lower during your period, but it’s still possible to become pregnant at this time.

You’re most likely to get pregnant during ovulation, which happens about 14days before your period starts.

Yet every woman’s cycle length is different and your cycle length can change monthly.

If you have a short menstrual cycle, your risk of getting pregnant during your period is higher.

Also consider that sperm can stay alive in your body for up to seven days. So if you have a 22-day cycle and you ovulate soon after getting your period, there’s a chance you’ll be releasing an egg while sperm are still in your reproduction tract.

Do you need to use protection when having sex during your period?

No, it’s not a must. Blood has no effects whatsoever on the penis but using protection will also guard you against STIs.

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Not only can you get infected, but you can also more easily transmit one to your partner because viruses like HIV live in menstrual blood.

Have your partner wear a condom when you have sex to reduce your odds of getting pregnant and catching an STI.

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