1. Get some towels. You don’t want your men_strual fluid (combined with everything else) to soak into your sheets and mattress, so while you’re having se_x place some towels beneath you and some tissues to your side. The towels will be on constant duty; the tissues will be used to wipe yourself off just before sitting up (when all is said and done).
If odor is a problem, don’t let it ruin the moment — throw on some blankets. If you keep them above your midsections, they’ll help block the wafting scents.
2. Stick to the miss_ionary position. Lie on your back to lessen the flow of blood while you’re having inter_course.Also, be careful about deep pene_tration because your cervix may be lower and more sensitive during your period. If anything starts to hurt, just tell your partner and proceed with care.
3. Have se_x in the shower. Not only is this less messy from the get-go, it’s a change of pace, too. When you’re under the flow of the water, that other flow becomes a lot less noticeable. If you can fit two in comfortably, give it a shot (if you haven’t already!).
Don’t get too handsy. Unless your partner’s into ute_rine lining, they probably shouldn’t start feeling around down there. However, if you’re the type that needs loads of fore_play, you’re in luck! You already have a natural lubri_cant, so your partner’s fingers (and whatever else) can have the night off.
That doesn’t mean you should skip the for_eplay entirely. No, no, no, no — that’s a travesty! Just use it as an excuse to experiment with new tricks and moves.