If you thought that sex during menstruation is off-limits, think again. Many of us are hesitant to try it, because we’re culturally conditioned to think it’s unclean.

From a purely medical standpoint, however, s-ex during menstruatio9n is completely normal. It even has a lot of benefits for both partners.

Here are some top facts…

Love during menstruation isn’t harmful

There’s a pervasive myth out there that menstrual blood is dirty and full of impurities that might harm the p-enis. This is nonsense!

Menstrual blood is a mixture of healthy blood and the discarded tissues that line the uterus each month in preparation for pregnancy. Coming in contact with this blood will not harm the p-enis in any way. In fact, menstruation blood serves as a great (and harmless) lubricant.

There is also a common misconception that the p-enis can hurt the uterus during Love while she’s having her period.

Although it’s true that a tiny opening corps up in the uterus to pass menstrual blood during her period, this hole is impossibly small for the p-enis to enter. Love during menstruation causes absolutely no harm to a woman’s uterus.

Menstruation may increase a woman’s Love drive
Many women feel a higher Love drive during their menstrual cycle. There is a lot of conflicting and confusing information about why this happens. But one reason, according to Sara Gottfried, M.D., author of The Hormone Cure, is that a woman’s estrogen is at an all-time low at the beginning of her period. As her estrogen levels rise over the following week, her testosterone levels rise as well, helping her be turned on more easily.

Another factor may be the increased blood flow and lubrication in the g-en!tal region, a heaviness that could translate into arousal. The possibility of getting pregnant is also lower during this time, which might make women feel more s-exually liberal. Also, some women may become aroused by the thought of doing something s-exually forbidden or unconventional.

You can still get pregnant.

The chances of becoming pregnant during menstruation are extremely small, but it can still happen. Though generally it is a very safe time to have unprotected Love if you’re trying to avoid pregnancy, a man’s sperm has the ability to survive inside the woman’s body for a few days and there is a small chance that an early ovulation could cause pregnancy. If you want to avoid getting pregnant, it is best to use contraceptives.

Love during menstruation can relieve cramps. Having an or-g@sm during the period may give you pain relief from cramps by releasing pain-reducing endorphins into the bloodstream. Also, according to some scientists, Love during this time provides further relief by using up chemicals, which are responsible for menstrual cramps.

Love during menstruation could also knock a few days off your period. This is because the extra contractions your uterus experiences during or-g@sm help get rid of menstrual blood faster, ending your cycle sooner than usual. But, you can expect a heavy flow during the initial days.

It’s more often women, not men, opposed to the idea.

According to a recent survey conducted on MensHealth.com, it’s women, rather than men, who choose to shut down s-exual activities during menstruation. More than 75 percent of the men who were surveyed said they had no issues about having Love during their partner’s period, though 54 percent said they would only do it with a wife or serious girlfriend.

Do you know some more interesting facts about Love during the period?

Have you ever done it?