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What are some of the hottest, most ego-boosting, words in the English language? The natural side effect from arousal and a steamy make-out sesh that accumulates in your panties is not only pleasing but utilitarian. Lubrication is the not so secret sauce to steamy sexual pleasure, but what is it exactly?
Where does it come from? As nice is it feels, vaginal wetness serves a lot of functional roles outside of making sex more pleasurable. The ever intelligent human body deed the vagina to be a self-cleaning organ through its secretions.
This is one of the main reasons experts warn against douching. Besides protecting against infections, cervical fluid also helps with conception, by giving swimming sperm some extra support in its journey towards the fallopian tubes, and any awaiting eggs.
This is one of the reasons for increased discharge around ovulation — nature wants more babies. When it comes to getting down, blood flow increases in the genitals as you become more aroused.
A gland is a tiny organ that secretes chemical substances for different uses in the body. As with anything, different people produce different amounts of vaginal excretions, which will change throughout their cycle and life. Vaginal dryness can be caused by any of factors from medications like oral contraceptives, certain antidepressants, and antihistamines, with cancer treatments like chemotherapy and radiation, as well as after pregnancy or while breastfeeding.
Oral contraceptives more commonly cause dryness. Many women on estrogen replacement therapy feel increased vaginal lubrication thanks to additional estrogen. Many women also experience vaginal dryness with menopause. Feminine moisturizers in combination with kegel exercises and even vibrator use to increase blood flow, can help bring moisture back into your lady bits.
Other ways to mitigate consistent vaginal dryness are through managing lifestyle factors like stress and diet, eliminating pH disturbing substances like certain lubes, lotions, and soaps, or even going commando — bye, bye undies! Lube is your friend!
Note that not all lubes are condom friendly, so keep that in mind when gathering supplies. There is a wide range of normal when it comes to vaginal wetness, so the best way to keep tabs on your health is by recognizing what normal means for you. She provides care to women of all ages; she has delivered thousands of babies. She is proficient in minimally invasive surgery and has special interest and expertise in female sexual health and medical sex therapy.
Website Twitter. Her work focuses on deconstructing the shame, stigma, and barriers people carry around birth, sex, and beyond, to help people navigate through their lives with more pleasure, softness, and sensuality. You can connect with Natasha on IG spectrumoflovedoula. Thank you for the good tips. Thanks for the tips!
Gland Game A gland is a tiny organ that secretes chemical substances for different uses in the body. Talk about slippery! The River is Dry As with anything, different people produce different amounts of vaginal excretions, which will change throughout their cycle and life.
Facts checked by: Dr. Natasha Weiss.
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