Klinque answered Sunday December 30 2007, 12:54 am: as everyone else has said... depends on the person... some studies suggest that women get "horny" just before and sometimes during thier period because of the bodies desire to procreate.
the higher the sexual desire, the more likely it is that the body will have sex during that time, and the more likely it is that pregnancy will occur.
thelaura answered Saturday December 29 2007, 7:29 pm: Some do, some don't.
It's totally normal if you do, though.
"Some women seem to feel strong arousal two weeks before their period (about the time they are ovulating or releasing an egg). Others, feel it most intensely at the time of menses. Some women don’t notice any particular pattern. Everyone is unique, and in the realm of sexuality whatever you learn about your own feelings is important and valuable for you." [ thelaura's advice column | Ask thelaura A Question ]
orphans answered Saturday December 29 2007, 5:30 pm: girls are horniest right in between their periods. like two weeks after is ended, and two weeks before its gonna start up again. thats because thats when your fertalizing, your body is gonna want you to have sex to fertalize the egg.
but basically no, theyre not too horny during their period. of course they caann be, but not just as much as usual. [ orphans's advice column | Ask orphans A Question ]
karlyndarlin05 answered Saturday December 29 2007, 4:23 pm: i think so yeah. i dont know if its like scientifically proven but i would say yeah. a lot to do with being on your period and all the hormones...but its also like...wanting something you cant have makes you horny and a lot of girls wont have sex when they're on their period [ karlyndarlin05's advice column | Ask karlyndarlin05 A Question ]
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