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Many: I am guessing you are looking for genital lubricants as an aide. Things like K-Y are effective but messy and not fully pleasant. Check on line at places like "Babes in Toyland", and a number of other sites for good alternatives. You can also google for these. ...Read more
Vaseline for lube...: No. The simple answer is no. Not at all. But, there may be more enjoyable products to try out there. Many couples use all kinds of products to enhance their pleasure sexually. Many people use these products to enhance masturbation as well. Just know that most of them are harmless. But, remember lubrication does not prevent pregnancy or stds. It is always fun to experiment with a variety... ...Read more
Depends: It depends on the nature of your reaction. Typically a lubricant reaction constitutes a contact reaction, so you'd experience itching, rash and redness to any area that's affected. This can occur quickly, within minutes, but it can also be delayed, occurring 2-3 days later. I hope this helps! ...Read more
Lots of choices: Some of my patients tell me that they like astroglide and pjur. Both are available online. ...Read more
What is in lube: Read the label. If not enough information go to company web site or drugs.com or ask the pharmacist at the store. ...Read more
Could herpes survive on the outside of a lube bottle then be passed on if transferred to me 12+ hours later?
I can't self lubricate. I haven't been able too for years. Even with lube it dries quick. Whats going on? Im only 24 :(
Lubrication: You are not alone and this is not unusual. If you want to ask, however, some doctors may prescribe you some estrogen cream to soften the vaginal tissue and see if this helps you feel more natural when you are sexual. Many boys or men find that after a few years they must have extra lubrication, spit, lotion or whatever to enhance their masturbation experience. ...Read more
Whenever i orgasm, its very sticky and my boyfriend & i end up having to use a ton of lube. Why is this happening? It happens every time.
See an OB/GYN: Without examining you would only be guessing. Different individuals have different physiologic responses to orgasm. Some women have large discharge of thin liquid, some no appreciable discharge, and you may just be on the other end of the spectrum. If this is disturbing, go and get examined and perhaps a reason can be found. ...Read more