chrissie9503 answered Friday July 30 2004, 4:56 pm: Yes sweetie you can have sex...I can get a bit messy, and if your not using protection, you can still get pregnate. If you want to try and avoid a mess, try doing it in the shower, Its still kinda gross but a little less messy and easier clean-up. Good Luck ! [ chrissie9503's advice column | Ask chrissie9503 A Question ]
Siren_Cytherea answered Friday July 23 2004, 11:55 pm: It depends on how heavy your period is. If you're bleeding a lot, then it may leak a bit. It is physically possible to have sex while on your period, but it's a matter of preference. Do you want to deal with the blood? Are you bleeding enough to actually HAVE to deal with it?
It's an opinion thing, really.
Hope I helped!
-Siren =) [ Siren_Cytherea's advice column | Ask Siren_Cytherea A Question ]
rockstar511628 answered Friday July 23 2004, 7:20 pm: you can have sex when ur on ur period, i wouldnt recomend it because it would prolly be really gross. and then if u want to have sex after ur period make sure u use a condom because after ur period are the 3 days ur most fertile to get pregnant. hope i helped... and be safe PLEASE! [ rockstar511628's advice column | Ask rockstar511628 A Question ]
xOchErrytWistOx answered Friday July 23 2004, 6:59 pm: when you are on your period, you can have sex. and contrary to popular belief, you still can get pregant even when you have sex and are on your period. it will probably be a bloody mess, and it is not something you want to do. just tough it out for the 5 days and then have sex.
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