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    is there any kind of period where girls get more sexually aroused?? is it true that during ovulation cycle, their sexual desires are heightened and its easier to make them aroused??

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    Your observations about the connection between your libido, or sex drive, and menstrual cycle are quite perceptive. Women of reproductive age report fluctuations in their sex drive throughout their menstrual cycle. This well-researched topic of interest has resulted in conflicting information, making it difficult to reach definitive conclusions.

    The most well-known biological theory is that women feel their sex drive kick into highest gear during ovulation at mid-cycle, approximately 14 days before they get their next period. The surge in estrogen and the added testosterone bonus that accompany ovulation explain why some women experience heightened libido during this time. This change makes logical sense when viewed within the context of evolution. Ovulation is the most fertile phase for women, and increased interest in and responsiveness to sex during this time ensures greater probability of conception and procreation than at other times of the cycle.

    Some theorize that women feel less sexual when they have premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and during their periods because mood swings and menstrual cramps interfere with libido. However, some women feel increased sexual energy during their period. The possibility of pregnancy is reduced (but not eliminated) during menstruation, and this may free women to feel more sexual during this time. Also, there is more pelvic congestion during a woman's periods, so she is already experiencing this heaviness, which may trigger or translate to arousal. Furthermore, because of the menses, there is additional lubrication, making penetration more comfortable. Finally, orgasm is a known reliever of pelvic congestion and cramps.

    Until the subject is better understood through more extensive research, the phase of a woman's menstrual cycle appears to be just one factor among many that can influence a woman's lust or desire to be sexual. Women can explore and enjoy their sexuality at any time during their menstrual cycle, going beyond the biological theories concerning procreation. Their own unique physiology, mental health, sexual experiences, and/or individual environmental and cultural factors play important roles in the level of their libido, as well.

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    i think it depends on the MAN ....


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    Hello Preeto Ma'am,
    Thanks again for the wonderful response. I would like to know whether its unsafe to have unprotected sex with a menstruating girl. Assume that both partners are husband and wife trying to conceive and don't have any STD. Is there still a chance of infection due to the body fluids, menstrual fluid, secreted by the girl. Also what does the menstrual fluid contain?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazynut View Post
    Hello Preeto Ma'am,
    Thanks again for the wonderful response. I would like to know whether its unsafe to have unprotected sex with a menstruating girl. Assume that both partners are husband and wife trying to conceive and don't have any STD. Is there still a chance of infection due to the body fluids, menstrual fluid, secreted by the girl. Also what does the menstrual fluid contain?
    Unsafe in what way? Are you asking if your wife can get pregnant?
    The answer is.. YES, Yes, Yes! A lot of people think that if a woman has sex during her period, she can't get pregnant. Even though this is a common belief, you CAN get pregnant while you are bleeding. Sometimes ovulation can occur before the bleeding from your period has stopped, or it may occur within a few days after your period is over. In both cases, having sex before your period is finished can result in pregnancy. Having unprotected sex at any time, including when you're menstruating, is very risky.

    If either partner does not have infection/ STD, then of course an STD cannot be passed on.

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    To answer your second question,
    Menstrual flow consists of blood and mucus from the cervix and ******.

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