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Today, I was getting everything ready for mine and my husband's first wedding anniversary. Flowers, check. Crisp new bed sheets, check. Silk underwear, check. Crippling cramps and an early period, check. FML

By betterthanhodor / Saturday 8 November 2014 14:09 / United Kingdom - Woodbridge
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  jojimugo  |  19

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  Enslaved  |  36

Why is that? He can please her in return. There's so much more to sex then just sticking it in. Even if the OP just uses a standard tampon, there's plenty of things the husband can do to please her. The clit is on the outside of her body. Don't underestimate the power of hands and fingers.

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  dawnimus  |  21

Some people just don't like to do anything sexual on their period. Personally it makes me feel unsexy as anything and I wouldn't want a guy to try to please me! Especially not with a string hanging out down there...

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  HanBroman  |  20

why did that get down voted? thats exactly what i was thinking, you cant ever use new sheets on a period. The newer they are the more likely your body is to decide you dont deserve nice things

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  Rawrshi  |  24

Pain relievers and an old towel could save the situation if they're up to it. Orgasms are great for helping with cramps if it's not too painful to do anything to achieve orgasm. Afterwards a nice heating pad, snuggles, a favourite treat, and a movie can do wonders for the morale aspect.

By  Enslaved  |  36

I can't tell people this enough. There's something on the market called "Soft cups". It inserts just like a diaphragm. You can have "clean" sex. Blood shouldn't be an issue if used properly.

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  Enslaved  |  36

#28 I'm sure that might be a rare case for some but at least you learnt about the product. Most never even heard about it and dread their cycle. My period is never an issue.

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  syed121417  |  22

I'm a woman who has sex on her period, but usually towards the end when her period is very light. This really interests me and I'm going to look into it. Are they in pharmacies and stores?

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  sourgirl101  |  21

For those that can use them, they sell them at Walgreens. It's $8 for a box of 12. And they can be washed and reused for your entire period. I can't take the pill so I'm at mother nature's mercy when I get my period. If you still find it's too much money, then only use them as a back up plan if you want to be intimate. To me, great worry free sex is worth its cost.

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  boxers4lyfe  |  17

That plastic isn't designed to be reused so to anyone who tries them, if you wash em, keep an eye out for tears in the cup. If you want a cup for the purpose of mess free period, id suggest diva cup and use soft cups for sex purposes.

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  wishfulthinks  |  19

There are so many other ways to control your period than the pill. I use contraceptive patches and they're great. You stick each one on your skin like a nicotine patch, leave it on for a week and then replace it twice (so you have them on for 3 weeks) and then have a week off so you can bleed. They both control and lighten the strength and pain of the dreaded red river.

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