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    sex with menstual periood
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    simple65 posted:
    is it okay to have sex while in your cycle?
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    fcl responded:
    Okay from what point of view? There's no reason not to have sex during your period (unless you don't want to, of course) but remember to use birth control.
    There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.
     
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    elizabethscott responded:
    It is absolutely safe to have sex during your period, provided that you don't use this time as a free pass to have unprotected sex.
    It all depends on the couple and how they feel about having sex when a girl has her period. Basically, some girls (and guys) don't like the idea of having sex during a period, while some see it as a natural monthly break in the action, and others are perfectly comfortable with it.
    http://www.everydayhealth.com/sexual-health/101/specialist/berman/sex-during-period.aspx
     
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    dfromspencer responded:
    Absolutely!!! As long as both partners are aware of it, and have no qualms about it, go for it!!!


    Personally, and speaking as a male, I love it! It is another way a woman can share herself with the one she loves!!!


    Yea, go for it!!!


    Dennis
     
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    nohard responded:
    Hi As long as you both like it, then do it.
    Its very good for women to have sex during there period, it helps move things along, if you understand me.
    Your a loving couple, the make love, and loving couples make love anytime.
    Enjoy.
    Good Luck
     
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    bigred53 replied to nohard's response:
    I was always at my horniest when I was on my period but so many men are squeamish. If you or he are worried about the 'mess' you can always insert a tampon and that will help.

    Climaxing can also lessen any menstrual cramps and as nohard said move things along.

    Michelle
     
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    kramer1961 replied to bigred53's response:
    I wasn't aware that sex can lessen menstrual cramps, although as a rule, I believe a good thump is a general cure for most things.

    kram
     
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    tlkittycat1968 replied to bigred53's response:
    Um, how can you have sex with a tampon inserted? DH and I did that once accidentally (we were trying for anal sex and he entered the wrong one) and he had to help me fish my tampon out.
     
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    nohard replied to kramer1961's response:
    Hi Kram, I think you mean hump? yes
     
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    nohard replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
    Hi Kittycat your right there, makes life a bit hard with a tampon in, there best taken out.
    But don't for get guys the wife can still get pregnant from unprotected sex during her period, in fact the odd women can get pregnant from any time of the month, don't ask how, but they just can.
    Good Luck


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