I tell him everything, when I'm expecting it, when it starts, if I have to change a tampon, if I'm going to be wearing a pad or tampon, if I leaked into my underwear, if I have back and leg and stomach cramps or a headache, what the blood looks like, if there's chunks, if I have diarrhea, etc.
he doesn't seem to care at all, he never says "omg gross stop telling me this stuff" he's just like "ok" haha
what do you guys say about it?
- i don't have a SO29% (8)38% (3)31% (11)Vote
- I tell/am told everything18% (5)25% (2)19% (7)Vote
- I tell/am told when it starts or when she's on it and not much else50% (14)37% (3)47% (17)Vote
- I tell/am told nothing (why?)3% (1)0% (0)3% (1)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
I would want to know the details fown to brand and size of tampon and when ots being changed. I like that info.1
Most Helpful Girl
My man knows my cycle. I don't necessarily have to tell him when I start. Since I talked to him about getting on birth control and my cycle became regular as a result, he has it pinpointed just by mental note when I will be starting. I do tend to tell him anyway and he will ask me how I am feeling throughout. Since we do not live together and do not see each other often, he does not do anything to help, but he has expressed that he would love to pamper me with massages, hot baths... etc. to help with the cramps. They used to be horrible, but have been a lot more mild since going on the birth control. We have talked about what type of tampons I use and if my flow is heavy or light, but I do not go into too much detail about what the blood looks like or anything. He wants to know everything else, though- headaches, bloating, cramps... etc. because he genuinely cares about how I am feeling. It doesn't gross him out at all. He grew up with two sisters, has an adult daughter and was married for 20 years before we were together, so he is very sensitive to women's needs during that time.1