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Having sex during menstruation is often considered taboo, but it can be an enjoyable and comfortable experience with the right preparation and communication. Here are some tips for having great sex on your period:
Talk to your partner about your comfort level and any concerns you may have. Discuss your menstrual flow and what you're comfortable with during sex. This will help you both feel more relaxed and in control.
Using proper protection, such as a menstrual cup or tampon, can make sex more comfortable and reduce mess. You can also use a towel or sex blanket to protect your sheets.
Some positions may be more comfortable than others during menstruation. For example, positions that involve lying down or leaning back can reduce the amount of blood flow. Experiment with different positions and find what works best for you.
Many women report increased sensitivity and arousal during menstruation. Embrace these sensations and enjoy the heightened pleasure that comes with it.
Foreplay can help increase arousal and reduce discomfort during menstruation. Take your time with foreplay and use lubrication as needed.
Remember, it's important to listen to your body and do what feels comfortable for you. If you're experiencing discomfort or pain, it's okay to stop and try again another time.
Having sex on your period can be a comfortable and enjoyable experience with the right preparation and communication. By talking to your partner, using proper protection, exploring different positions, embracing sensations, and taking your time with foreplay, you can have great sex on your period. Remember to listen to your body and do what feels comfortable for you. Don't let menstruation hold you back from intimacy with your partner.
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