Women have their periods every month, which include bloating, cramps, tiredness, and other symptoms. Women, on the other hand, may experience a surge in desire during this time of the month.
Many women admit to being stimulated sexually during their periods. Have you considered what might be causing this?
Doctors say the menstrual cycle involves the rise and fall of hormones like estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, and DHEA on a regular basis (a hormone that your body naturally produces in the adrenal gland)
All of these hormones have an impact on your drive. In a 2013 study, a group of college women were studied to see if there was a link.
The researchers matched the women's daily journals, which described their activity and feelings of friskiness, to their hormone levels over the course of two menstrual cycles.
Adjusting estrogen and progesterone levels had a considerable effect on libido, according to the study. Estrogen levels drop at the beginning of your menstrual cycle, then steadily rise by the second or third day.
Desire and libido are both boosted as a result of this. Progesterone, on the other hand, has never been lower. As a result, you may feel even more stimulated if you don't have it.
We can tell you that it has no effect on menstruation. The desire has minimal bearing on your period days because your hormones fluctuate.
Masturbating or having intimacy while menstruating, on the other hand, is claimed by some women to reduce pelvic congestion or period cramps.
Your mood may be affected by your feelings throughout your period. Physical contact is proven to relieve stress. And one or both of these things might be what you're looking for subconsciously during your period.
In certain cases, women may desire a release to soothe their appetites, while in others, they may desire an intimate connection. What matters is that you listen to your body and provide it with what it needs.
Is it just your hormones that make you stimulated during your period? No, women may feel feminine more or less at that time of the month, depending on their physical comfort.
Physical contact is the last thing on a woman's mind while she's oozing and agonizing. Others find the activity to be a source of comfort.
While your shifting hormones determine when you get your period, you have complete control over whether or not you want to engage in the activity. If you don't feel particularly stimulated at this time of the month, there's nothing wrong with you.
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