Sex during period - Beppy Tampons

(34 Posts)
Rainbowglow Mon 22-May-17 17:05:21

Has anyone tried these? Any good?

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Hilliam Tue 23-May-17 17:46:51

Following smile

Jennifer11 Tue 23-May-17 18:42:32

I have some of these and have used them a few times. Pretty good but periods very short now and very crampy so not much in mood to need them! grin

Rainbowglow Tue 23-May-17 21:52:03

Thanks. I have bought some. Will try and report back. Look large however. hmm

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Jennifer11 Wed 24-May-17 07:15:12

They're just soft sponge so not as daunting as they look! smile

Rainbowglow Wed 24-May-17 12:11:49

Thanks Jennifer11

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DevilMakesWork Wed 24-May-17 22:49:38

just looked up what a Beppy Tampon is...I'm sorry I don't see the point of this at all. Why is it some embarrassing thing to hide if you have a period?

Period sex isn't some disgusting thing that you need special equipment to do. Pull your tampon out and DTD if you want to. Most men in my experience don't really care about a little blood.


Aridane Thu 25-May-17 21:04:42

A little blood? - if only - would look like a crime scene blush

DevilMakesWork Thu 25-May-17 21:32:56

I realise you're joking Aridane but in my experience it's actually a lot less messy than you might think smile

daddyorscience Thu 25-May-17 22:36:57

And frankly, even if it is messy, put towels down, and shower after, job done. Minimal mess left..

Justmadeperfectflapjacks Thu 25-May-17 22:38:46

It's not called shark week for nowt!!
Dh not keen but I don't care!! grin

Jennifer11 Fri 26-May-17 07:38:52

Not suggesting it's disgusting - don't think anyone's said that - and if there's not much fine. Personally I do find it can be a crime scene afterwards and ruins the mood us having to spend ages on clear up - just a towel is not sufficient sadly! sad

Aridane Fri 26-May-17 08:37:33

Yes - unfortunately a

OriginalArchitect Fri 26-May-17 21:29:26

Can't say I believe the hype "he won't even notice"? Oh, I am sure he would...
Just put a towel down and if you need to, shower together afterwards grin

AkimboLimbo Sat 27-May-17 22:13:29

Not disgusting at all, but I still don't like it. I don't like getting blood all over the place. A towel will help but when fingers get covered in blood then it can end up anywhere.
I use a diaphragm to keep the blood held back during sex.

PsychedelicSheep Mon 29-May-17 10:43:36

Agree, putting a towel down is all the preparation you need!

GladAllOver Mon 29-May-17 11:01:54

If DH and I are in the mood during AF time we move to the shower and get on with it there.

Once you find the right position it's great fun smile

Aridane Mon 29-May-17 12:56:19

Problem with towels is that I move and they move and the bed gets bloody.

Jennifer11 Mon 29-May-17 13:40:32

This seems to have turned into a bit of a judgemental discussion about whether women should be using these or not? Completely up to the individuals I'd have thought. For those of us who bleed heavily - would have to go to clean up past their adult daughters room and do not have a shower big enough for two please let us crack on using them when we choose. If you only need a strategically placed towel also feel free to crack on. Neither of us is disgusted by a bit of blood- requested product review is that they do the job wink

DevilMakesWork Mon 29-May-17 22:16:21

Oh my word Jennifer11 - what sort of uptight, prudish household do you live in where a woman can't walk freely around her own home, clothes clutched to her naked body, leaking semen and menstrual blood down her legs, face a-glow with poist-coital joy?

grin grin grin

Jennifer11 Tue 30-May-17 10:10:42

You paint a lovely picture! smile

Relaxedapproach Sat 03-Jun-17 13:40:06

I've been using them for ages, can sometimes be tricky to remove if he's been a bit, er vigorous? But they work well and are really comfy. If they were cheaper I'd use them every period.

I also use for swimming as I trust them more than normal tampons.

eternalopt Tue 06-Jun-17 22:51:33

Has anyone tried the gynotex ones?

MargotLovedTom1 Tue 06-Jun-17 23:03:36

Forgive my ignorance but are they reusable, because they seem extortionatly expensive?!

MargotLovedTom1 Tue 06-Jun-17 23:04:59

Insert missing 'e' into extortionately

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