It's one of those questions that's constantly on your mind but too afraid to ask, right? But there seems to be two schools of thought.
In 2015, Cosmopolitan ran an article titled: 7 period myths, busted; and guess which question was on top of the list?
According to Cosmo's Lane Moore, if you are having a regular cycle, then yes, your chances of getting pregnant are low. But if you have a blood-born STD like HIV or syphilis, then we reckon having unprotected sex of any kind is not a good idea.
A survey on condom use by the Kinsey Institute found that condom use drops 15 percent during sex when on your period.
Fertility app Clue also contributed to the survey. They wrote the following on the study results: