Danger Often Have Intercourse During Menstruation?
Morning. I want to ask. My husband and I often have sex during menstruation. Whether it’s menstruation the first day or the next day. How do I get my menstrual blood to get back out again? Because I read from the article, when Hadi had intercourse, the dirty blood that should come out came back into the body
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Having sex during menstruation has several benefits and there are things to consider about the risks that might occur. Some of the benefits associated with menstruation include helping to reduce symptoms of mood swings, depression, because during orgasms humans release endorphins in the body, having sex during menstruation can also affect the condition of hormones that can increase female sexual arousal.
However, it should be noted that there is a risk of having sex during menstruation, including women at risk for sexually transmitted diseases, if suffering from HIV or hepatitis can also increase the risk of contracting the disease due to the amount of blood that comes out during menstruation, it should be noted that the condition of the vagina during menstruation has pH higher than normal, can increase the risk of vaginal yeast infections, sexual intercourse can cause pain or worsen symptoms. Also keep in mind that there is still a risk of pregnancy having unprotected sex even if it is small.
At the time of menstruation blood comes out of the vagina due to the decay of the thickened uterine wall. Until now there has been no scientific evidence regarding treatment for removing blood that re-enters the body, during menstruation the blood will come out on its own with the assistance of uterine contractions to expel the uterine uterine lining. Generally menstrual cycles occur for 21-35 days with menstrual duration 2-7 days. If menstrual abnormalities occur such as a cycle that is too short / rarely / irregularly, a long menstrual duration, excessive menstrual pain, excessive menstrual bleeding, or bleeding outside the menstrual cycle, it is advisable to check with your obstetrician for your examination and management of your condition.
Hopefully this information can help you,