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Doctor insights on: Grapeseed Oil Lubricant

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Grapeseed oil for sexual lubricant safe?

Grape seed oil: Probably but can still get pregnant. So not sure what you mean by "safe". ...Read more

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Can you use grapeseed oil as a lubricant or does it cause yeast infections?

Can you use grapeseed oil as a lubricant or does it cause yeast infections?

Grapeseed oil: If you feel that the lubricating quality of this material is satisfactory then there should not be a greater incidence of secondary yeast infection than with other lubricants or with nothing at all but your own secretions. Go at it. ...Read more

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Can you use baby oil as a sexual lubricant?

Can you use baby oil as a sexual lubricant?

No: Baby oil is not a good choice as a personal lubricant. Over time this may cause irritation to the genital skin. Additionally, the oil weakens latex condoms; therefore, making them less effective at preventing unintended pregnancy and stds. Try to find a water based lubricant that is designed for intimate use. ...Read more

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Is it safe to use coconut oil as a lubricant?

Is it safe to use coconut oil as a lubricant?

Safe: Not a problem. If you use it make sure is in small amounts and wash well after intercourse. ...Read more

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Is coconut oil safe to use as a vaginal lubricant?

Is coconut oil safe to use as a vaginal lubricant?

You can: You might want to make sure your partner isn't allergic to it first. But also, avoid using this, if you are going to use latex condoms, as the coconut oil may compromise the integrity of coconut oil. ...Read more

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Do condoms break if you use baby oil for a lubricant?

Do condoms break if you use baby oil for a lubricant?

Definitely: Pretty much any oil based lubricant can lead to problems with condom. So use water based lubricants such as k-y or liquid silk. ...Read more

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My doc said to use vegetable oil as a lubricant for sex, because I react to regular lubricants. Is this ok? Are there any nonirritating lubricants?

My doc said to use vegetable oil as a lubricant for sex, because I react to regular lubricants. Is this ok? Are there any nonirritating lubricants?

Lubrication: Choice of lubrication depends on the preferences of both partners -- but vegetable oils should be okay if you react to ones like astroglide, etc. Some find coconut oil helpful, depending on your response. ...Read more

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Help please! Is baby oil a good lubricant to keep penis moist?

Help please! Is baby oil a good lubricant to keep penis moist?

You shouldn't: Need any external lubrication to keep your penis moist. The penis doesn't need moisture to function properly; that usually provided by the female. 10w30 doesn't work either. ...Read more

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Is ti safe to use olive oil as an anal lubricant? If so, what are the pros and cons?

Is ti safe to use olive oil as an anal lubricant? If so, what are the pros and cons?

Many possibilities: There are many lubricant products available. And people do use olive oil, almond oil, coconut oil, etc. As long as it is not irritating and you are not allergic, I think this would be okay. I hope our experts will chime in here! One caution: do NOT use petroleum jelly (Vaseline) with condoms. The petroleum jelly weakens condoms, and they can break. ...Read more

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Is it dangerous to use mineral oil as a lubricant for anal penetration? We do it bareback.

Anus was not made: For intercourse, that could lead to infection in both partners, can lead to rectal perforation or tears, bad hemm, can lead to incontinence of flatus and stool as the rectal sphincter can be damaged that would require very painful surgery to fix, that being said if u are going to ignore these warnings there are much better lubricants than mineral oil. ...Read more

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Mineral oil can be safely used as a lubricant during intercourse and usually does not affect fertility. True?

Mineral oil can be safely used as a lubricant during intercourse and usually does not affect fertility. True?

True: Mineral oil has minimal effects on sperm. It is ok to use when trying to conceive. That said, use only what you need, and use it only where you need it. A small amount on the glans of the penis, or at the entrance to the vagina, is fine to use. Water soluble lubricants are more problematic for sperm. ...Read more

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Trouble maintaining his erection in order to penetrate. Require a lot of time lubricant like baby oil. What is next for me? Type 1 dm, 29

Trouble maintaining his erection in order to penetrate. Require a lot of time lubricant like baby oil. What is next for me? Type 1 dm, 29

Erection fix: Type 1 diabetics often have trouble with erections due to damage to blood vessles and nerves from their diabetes. Drugs such as viagra, Levitra (vardenafil) or Cialis can be very helpful in helping to achieve a normal erection that will allow both penetration and completion to orgasm. ...Read more

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What is the best oil to be used when performing peritoneal massage (to ease delivery)? Kitchen olive oil or a water lubricant or?

What is the best oil to be used when performing peritoneal massage (to ease delivery)? Kitchen olive oil or a water lubricant or?

Olive, almond, coconut: Congratulations! Research confirms perineal massage reduces your chances of tearing/need for episiotomy and may reduce discomfort. No research compares oils but since some will be absorbed into your skin use an oil that is healthy to eat- I advise either olive, almond or coconut oil. See http://www. Midwife. Org/acnm/files/cclibraryfiles/filename/000000000656/perineal%20massage%20in%20pregnancy. Pdf. ...Read more

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My pharmacy does not sell lubricant for sex. Is there a non oil based product that I could safely use as an alternative? It is for anal intercourse.

My pharmacy does not sell lubricant for sex. Is there a non oil based product that I could safely use as an alternative? It is for anal intercourse.

Lubrication: I am very surprised to hear this. Did you check the medication section. KY Jelly and products like it are often in the vaseline section or other 'medicated' areas. There are lots of online stores that sell every imaginable product like this. I cannot tell where you live so am to sure how else to direct you. ...Read more

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Can using baby oil as lubricant cause yeast infection?

Can using baby oil as lubricant cause yeast infection?

Kind of: Any petroleum productsare a bad idea for intercourse/outercourse. Use only water based lubricants. The former can cause a variety of infections and desquamative vaginitis as well- the equivalent of skin peeling after a sunburn. ...Read more

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Does using baby oil as sexual lubricant cause a yeast infection?

Does using baby oil as sexual lubricant cause a yeast infection?

Not likely: However any significant change in the vaginal acidity or bacterial balance can promote yeast overgrowth. ...Read more