Many people still see a lady in her period as being unclean and therefore even partners in a relationship or marriage stay away from their lady when they are on their monthly flow.
During a woman's reproductive years, she gets a menstrual period at least once a month. Unless you’re nervous, very sensitive or you are not comfortable, there’s no need to avoid meeting your partner during your period. Though at this time, things can get a bit messy.
Now let's take a look at what happens when you get intimate with your partner when you are menstruating. These tips can get you out of that very situation with ease just read till the end.
When you are on your monthly circle, meeting with your partner can offer a few advantages, including relief from menstrual cramps. Let's look at some other benefits.
1. Relief from cramps
Menstrual cramps are a result of your uterus contracting to release its lining. When you are at the tip-top, the muscles of your uterus also contract. Then they release. That release should bring some relief from period cramps.
2. Shorter periods
It may help make your periods shorter. Muscle contractions during intimacy can push out the uterine contents faster. That could result in shorter periods.
3. It can relieve your headache
About half of women with migraine headaches get them they are menstruating. Although most women with menstrual migraines avoid meeting with their partner during their monthly circle. Some of those who try it say it partially or completely relieves their headaches.
Here are a few tips to make your period more comfortable and less messy experience:
1. Be open and honest with your partner. If either of you is hesitant, talk about the reasons behind the discomfort.
2. If you have a tampon in, remove it beforehand to avoid complications.
3. Spread a dark-colored towel on the bed to catch any blood leaks.
4. Keep a wet washcloth or wet wipes by the bed to clean up afterward.
5. Have your partner wear latex condoms to serve as protection against pregnancy and STIs.
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