I get all loved up touchy feely n well, just plain horny around a week before my period - im like a dog in heat! anyone else?
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like i said earlier, it's hormones. Hormones can work on your brain, meaning they can intensify some senses and moods. that means they can accentuate your sense of touch, as well as do odd things to your moods. brain chemistry is amazing and potent stuff.
Interestingly, I find my libido higher mid-cycle.
My partner, on the other hand...Well. His high point coincides with my menstruation. So. I have him as an indicator as to when my period is coming, because he can't keep his hands off me. More than usual, that is.
its funny actually because i get more turned on the day before and usually for the first few days of my period. Though i am on the Contraceptive Pill so i think thats down to an influx of eostrogen or something maybe?
before that it was always about a week to a week and half before my period started i would just go crazy for my boyfriend.
i Guess its just different strokes 4 different folks then, i think my horniness is down to the fact that well i think im pmt because i get more sensitive in other ways too like emotionally and to me emotions play a pretty large part in how turned on i am able to feel.
all in all its great, im all friendly n nice (when im not having a meltdown in my room- another symtom of pmt!!) and just imagining sex and barely touching anywhere remotely near my sexy parts gives me short sharp bursts of pleasure.
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