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From: "Robert A. Fink, M. D." <>
Subject: Re: Women Menstrual Cycle and its Correlation  with her Sexuality
Date: Mon, 21 Feb 2005 15:43:28 -0800
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On Mon, 21 Feb 2005 16:37:15 -0500, "«Pas de deux»"
<> wrote:

>In *my* day, they called menstruation "the curse" -- and I later
>realised it was indeed a curse for me as I was most randy when bleeding.
>Most guys wouldn't have anything to do with you while on the rag. Such a
>pity.  Bleeding doesn't prevent one from having sex, but usually one or
>the other feels either uncomfortable or queasy about it.

One of the solutions to this (the bleeding issue and the esthetics of
such) is to have the woman insert a diaphragm before intercourse.
That will "catch" any of the blood which is produced during that time.
After intercourse, make sure, however, that you remove the diaphragm
and allow the flow to resume normally.



Robert A. Fink, M. D.
Neurological Surgery
2500 Milvia Street  Suite 222
Berkeley, CA  94704-2636  USA

NOTE:  The material above is not "medical
advice".  Medical advice can only be
given after an in-person contact between
doctor and patient.

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