You can't do much when you're sick, but you can still get it on. Probably the last thing you feel like doing when you're nursing a cold or the flu is getting hot and bothered. But here's a reason to reconsider: People who have sex one to two times a week actually produce more of the antibody that prevents illnesses , which boosts your immune system. Sex, one could argue, might actually help you get over your illness. While certain face-to-face positions are off the table sorry, missionary and kissing is out of the question, there are plenty of pleasure-producing moves you can still enjoy.
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Does Having Sex When You're Sick Help?
The Safest Way to Have Sex When You're Fighting the Flu
The flu can be such an inconvenience, keeping you holed up in your home feeling like a sack of phlegm. But so long as you can keep the ooze factor under control—and you have a willing partner—you can still get sexy. And to great gain: The flood of sex-induced endorphins will help ease your pain, at least temporarily. So we set out to determine which positions are safest—meaning, which ones pass on the fewest germs.
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10 Sex Positions That Won't Spread Your Cold or Flu Germs
Forget lovesickness — for some people, hot-and-steamy romps in the sack leave them feeling, well, not so hot. Not in the mood tonight? Have you ever had sex that's so toe-curlingly fabulous, you can't think straight?
While being sick often means losing a desire to engage in much of your regular routine, having sex may be one of your exceptions. If you simply have the sniffles, whether or not it's advisable to have sex when you are sick typically comes down to if your partner minds getting sick too. Respiratory illness viruses are passed through droplets and saliva , so they are very likely to make your partner sick if you are kissing, breathing close to each others' faces, coughing, or sneezing while in close contact. Beyond that, though, if you case is more complicated than a minor cold, or you or your partner have certain risk considerations, taking a break from having sex may be in both of your best interests.