When “guests from Krasnoarmeysk” arrive, the lives of some women change dramatically. Some literally attack food, cannot control themselves, and then regret that they completely emptied the refrigerator and crossed out all efforts to save a slender figure in one fell swoop. Others become irritable because of the intense pain and feeling of terrible discomfort that accompanies poor women all “these days.” Everything does not suit such poor fellows, and they constantly break down on their loved ones, exhausting the nerves of themselves and those around them in a few days. And the third, despite the abundant discharge, just wildly want sex.
Of course, many do not dare to do this, being afraid or embarrassed that a man can be repelled by the sight or smell of discharge. In fact, in some men, as soon as they find out about the beginning of the menstruation of their companion, the same wild desire to have sex wakes up.
However, sex during menstruation is a rather delicate topic, and besides, many myths have accumulated around it, the main of which is that “it is absolutely impossible to have sex during menstruation.”
Those who were afraid to have sex during critical days can breathe a sigh of relief, because doctors give the go-ahead for this. However, there are some conditions that must be observed.
First, a woman and a man must be healthy.
Secondly, you need to take the issue of hygiene very responsibly.
Thirdly, be sure to use a condom so as not to accidentally introduce an infection.
In general, in addition to pleasure, sex during menstruation can significantly ease the pain that women often experience on such days.
As for the technique of sex, during menstruation, especially with strong discharge, it is better to dwell on the positions where the woman will lie. So the discharge will not flow out as quickly and plentifully as it would happen if the woman were on top of the man.
Another important point regarding sex during menstruation: the probability of getting pregnant, although small, is still there, so you should not relax and neglect contraceptives. It happens that the “critical days” stretched out longer than usual, or the menstrual cycle turned out to be a little shorter. In such cases, it is possible that ovulation can occur right during menstruation or immediately after it. Therefore, in such situations, it turns out that, having sex without a condom during menstruation, the spermatozoa that enter the woman’s body live for another 5-7 days, and at this time fertilization can occur.
Summing up, we can say that during menstruation, or as they say, menstruation, you can have sex, but very carefully.