1. Why do women feel hornier during periods
Periods during sex can be considered a messy affair or even a taboo by many. This is why it is important to highlight that having sex during periods is absolutely normal and unless you are worried about things going a little messy, there is nothing unsafe about it. Also, there is nothing wrong in it and all that is required to keep in mind is comfort from both sides.
2. All about period sex
There are a lot of queries that revolve around indulging in intimate sessions when your partner is chumming. One of these questions is why do some women want to have sex during their periods.
Yes, you read that right. While it really depends on your period cycle and libido change during periods, some women reportedly enjoy having sex during periods, since they are more aroused than usual.
3. Why do women have heightened sex drive during periods
The rise of your libido in day two or three of your menstrual cycle may have something to do with changing hormonal levels in your body. While medical science does not have a clear answer to why you tend to feel hornier during your monthly flow, the rise and fall of estrogen, testosterone and progesterone can be partly blamed.
4. Rise in testosterone
A slight increase in your testosterone levels during your period can cause increased libido during menses. For the uninitiated, testosterone is the primary male sex hormone and women produce small amounts of it in their ovaries. Additionally, the low-level of progesterone hormone during periods can also contribute to feeling more sexual than usual.
5. How to have sex during periods
If you are someone who detests any mess, you can always opt for black-coloured bed sheets to avoid any blood around. Secondly, if you use tampons, always make it a point to remove it before having sex. Opt for missionary position as woman-on-top may cause an increase in the blood flow.
Ultimately, the golden rule never really changes. If you feel like it, you can have lots of sex during your periods, but do not forget to use protection!
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