2] It's totally normal to masturbate on your period. It can get a little messy, so watch out for that, but nothing bad can happen. As a matter of fact, masturbating actually helps with cramps. [ Bucket's advice column | Ask Bucket A Question ]
Ashumms answered Friday May 18 2007, 10:34 pm: You absolutely cannot get pregnant from masturbation.
To get pregnant, an egg must be fertilized by sperm, which can only happen during unprotected sexual intercourse.
ammo answered Thursday May 17 2007, 11:17 pm: Hello.
Nope, you can't get pregnant just from masterbating (that is when it's just you on your own). The only way you increase the risk is if there is a guy involved and there is any contact between you both that may result in exchange of sperm. Otherwise if all you are doing is masterbating then you will be perfectly safe so don't worry. :]
As for masterbating when on your period I would imagine it to be no different than when you're not on your period. The only difference is that you would need to prepare for any discharges so prepareing in advance (like covering up your bedand such or having something under you which you don't mind getting stained) would be a very good idea.
ductape_n_roses answered Thursday May 17 2007, 11:13 pm: Well, first of all you cannot get pregnant from masturbating. You need a male's sperms and a females eggs in order for a person to be pregnant and I'm sure all people don't have sperms and eggs in their bodies simultaneously from birth. So you can NOT get pregnant from masturbating.
VixenLuna answered Thursday May 17 2007, 11:12 pm: NO you cant get pregnate. why do you think that?? you can only become pregnate through unprotected intercourse with a male. If he cums in you with out a condom you can get pregnate, but if your masturabating you cant, unless a males sperm enter you, not by toys or your finger okay [ VixenLuna's advice column | Ask VixenLuna A Question ]
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