Trust is the foundation of every relationship; it must be earned and it can be lost. Trust in a relationship can be easily shattered after one partner cheats or betrays the other partner, leading to their broken sense of safety and confidence. Or simply, when one cannot meet the expectations of the other, trust can also be affected. Gradually, without clear communications, dissatisfaction becomes distrust. Trust can be lost, but hope remains alive, as long as you two are willing to work on it.Read more
Being a mother changes you, both emotionally and physically. Only when you are pregnant, your body will get a whole new organ, your heart will pump 50% more blood and alien cells will try to hijack your brain.
Most of them will just disappear after delivery, but these 18 in this list will be permanently different. Brace yourself and learn them well to avoid shocks.Read more
Covid-19 has changed the way we live and date dramatically. If you have gone through months staying at home, you might need some new date night ideas to spice up your relationship. Keep your love alive with these 10 ideas below!Read more
No one wants to be stuck in a mentally, emotionally or spiritually damaging relationship. Love can be ups and downs, but happiness is supposed to prevail. If you want to work on it instead of giving up for good, these 10 tips will help you fix your toxic reltionship!Read more
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One of the very first things we want to do after giving birth is to get back in shape. But with all the extra pounds accumulated during the 9 month long pregnancy, it’s surely not an easy task. No one knows a magical weight loss calculator for new moms and the idea that you should be able to get your pre-baby body back is also just a myth. However, with these tips, tricks, guidelines, and your determination, you can surely lose the baby weight.Read more
No vulva and vagina are the same, just like the rest of your body. If you want to learn more about your private part, how to check if it’s normal and how to take good care of it, this blog is written for you!Read more
As we age, our vagina gets looser due to vaginal birth and menopause. With all the overstretched vaginal tissues, you might also have to struggle with Stress Urinary Incontinence, which leads to urine leakage when you cough, sneeze or laugh. It will surely lead to embarrassment and lots of inconvenience in daily life. However, it can be treated with the 4 tips we list down below:Read more
How is your love life during this government lockdown? Do you find you two grow closer or apart? If life throws us the Corona virus, try to use it as a golden chance to improve your love and sex life! And this blog will be of help! Below, we will show you how this pandemic affects our sex lives and relationships, and also how to take advantages of these isolated days.Read more
As a new mom, you should expect changes both inside and out. After you give birth, your clothing, your breast, your hip and even your shoes might be different. They are the evidences how your body worked for 9 months. And don’t forget that, your mind and emotions are changing too. Don’t be alone going through all of it, you deserve support from others!Read more
Many women might notice an increased libido during their period. Although it is messy, sex during menstruation can be actually awesome. For those who have already consider it as a regular part of their sex lives and those who are tempted to give it a try, this blog will help you answer one simple but crucial question: “can sex during period make you pregnant?”
Can you be fertile during menstruation?
It’s a simple yes. Although you are technically not able to get pregnant during menstruation, sperm can still live within your reproductive system for up to 5 days. Hence, you will still have a chance to get pregnant with unprotected period sex. You need to take your menstrual cycle length into consideration when you have period sex next time.
Let’s take an example that your period cycle is less than 28 days. You have sex on the last day of your six-day long period and ovulate shortly after. Some of the sperm are still swimming around your reproductive system. Now, there is a slight chance that you will get pregnant. It doesn’t sound very likely but it’s not impossible and hence makes unprotected sex risky. However, if you know your fertile window well, you’ll be able to calculate it more precisely.
A to Z about period sex
So if period sex is your regular activities, now you should take the right precautions. Condoms and some other barrier methods can help prevent pregnancy and protect you against STIs if used correctly.
Obviously, period sex is not to everyone’s liking. Some people find it extremely gross and messy while others seem to enjoy it a lot thanks to their high libido during period. The reason for that increased sex drive is an uptick of both estrogen and testosterone levels. Additionally, when you reach orgasm, the period cramps will be eased, the uterus will have to contract more, which eventually shortens the period length.
For safety, you need to remove any tampons or menstrual cups. They can cause danger if misused or left too long inside the vagina and also block the vaginal passage.
Period sex might not be as bloody as you think. Actually, you might even get surprised at how little the amount of blood there is. The heaviness of period varies across individuals. Heavy for you might be just normal to someone else. However, the amount of blood loss should only be around 6 to 8 teaspoons during the entire period. Hence, to prepare for your period sex, you might just need an extra towel or a steamy time in the shower.
If you lose more than 80ml (up to 500ml) or your period lasts longer than 7 days, or both, you are experiencing heavy menstrual bleeding. Abnormal uterine bleeding can lead to anemia, fatigue and shortness of breath. To reduce the amount of uterine lining build up, you should take Phytoestrogen (plant-based estrogen). High quality phytoestrogen can be found in Vagifirm, a herbal vaginal tightening pill you can take orally.