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How To Reduce Vaginal Wetness
How can I reduce vaginal wetness during intercourse? Apparently this makes my man go soft. Am I the problem?
Vaginal wetness lube: This is an interesting problem reported by a few of my patients for which there are few options. On the more radical side, I have heard of gynecologists performing cervical surgery to reduce the secretions. There are no widely available vaginal drying agents although a various agents have been used off label. In some instances vaginoplasty has been used to reduce the caliber & increase friction. ...Read more
Depends: First, it may be infection causing excessive so rule that out with a culture at the office. Second cool dry air leads to less noticeable discharge. Tight heavy clothing and wearing underwear all the time naturally increases the thinness of your discharge and therefore you note more. Underwear off in the evening is always best. ...Read more
Generally not: Unless they are planning specific treatment for your bladder problems. ...Read more
Please don't: Please do not insert garlic or any other food product into your vagina. That is a terrible idea. It will not do anything good and may cause harm. If you have vaginal odor see your doctor and ask for testing for bacterial vaginosis. Food should not be in the vagina. ...Read more
If sperm comes in contact with vaginal area can showering, douching or wiping reduce chance offfpregnancy?
No: Douching does not protect against pregnancy and can wash bacteria into the uterus increasing the risk of infection. Washing or wiping sperm off the outside doesn't do anything for sperm that are already in the vagina. If you don't want to be pregnant, you need to use a reliable method of contraception and showering, wiping and douching are not that. Hope this helps. ...Read more
How to reduce vaginal scretion during sex?! it makes the sex less enjoyable for me and for my partner;i've checked there's no infection
Vaginal secretions: The first step is to make sure there are no vaginal infections. If the issue is only increased lubrication during intercourse then this should not cause a problem. It should just make sex more enjoyable for both of you. Nuvaring can be used to change the type of vaginal secretions one has. Consider trying this form of birth control to see if it helps. ...Read more
I have noticed a great increase in how much vaginal discharge I produce daily since becoming sexually active with my husband. How do I reduce this?
Possible imbalance: Often when you have a new sexual partner the new normal bacteria that you are exposed to can cause an imbalance in your own. This can lead to increased discharge and sometimes bad odor. You should have an exam to see if that is the cause. If normal, the increased discharge can be due to more stimulation or shifts in hormones. ...Read more
There are ways:
No douching, reduce/don't use tampons, or excessive cleansing, and use clothing that allows good air-exchange.
Also, don't use antibiotics unless you really have to--antibiotics kill off good bacteria and allow bad ones to grow and cause bv.
Probiotic use may help.
Keep healthy, treat medical condition such as diabetes as best as you can.
Check with your doc regularly
good luck. ...Read more
I got a scratch on the inside of my labia and some tearing at the vaginal opening What can I do yo soothe the pain help healing and reduce infection?
Hot sitz baths: Sit in a bath tub of hot water for several minutes to soothe the discomfort. And promote healing. ...Read more
I have vaginal discharge I have been xchecked for a yeast infection negative. How can I reduce this?
Go back to doctor: Not all vaginal discharges are yeast infections. Vaginal discharges can be due to many types of problems including infections due to bacteria or yeast, hormone imbalances, abnormal cells or other atypical problems. You should return to the physician or see a more specialized physician that can help to pinpoint the cause better. ...Read more
Have vaginal odour aftr sex with husbnd. Hav read that inserting garlic into vagina will reduce bacterial infction &therefore the odour. Is it safe?
Bacteria or vampires: There is a common infection in women called bacterial vaginosis. It is usually well treated with antibiotics like flagyl. The garlic might work better for vampires than the bacteria. See your doctor and they can easily check to see if this is what is causing your problem. ...Read more
How to reduce irritation and swelling in the vaginal area? It red and swollen, it burns when I urinate and this just happened. Like 20 mins after sex
Allergy or Infection: Irritation that quickly is either an allergic reaction to the lubrication or the latex. Or there was no enough lubrication and the friction caused an abrasion. If those scenarios don't fit then it may be that you have an underlying yeast infection. I would advise an exam if this does not clear up quickly. ...Read more
Gynological sperm comes in contact with vaginal area through anymeans, can washing out the vagina, vulva, showering or wiping reduce the chance of pregna
Yes!!!: Yes, at least 50%, or more, of all vaginal cancers are caused by hpv. That is in addition to essentially all cervical cancer, 50% of vulvar cancer, 70% plus of anal cacers, 70% of head and neck cancers and most non-melanoma skin cancers. Plus most abnormal paps and all genital warts. The vaccine works in 99.5% or receipients and is 95+% efficacious against vaginal cancer. ...Read more
Will vaginal rejuvenation help reduce my incontinence? I'm 50 and I've had three children. I'm having more and more leaks after I urinate and during sex. I've done kegels for months, but don't seem to have any luck preventing these accidents. Is vaginal r
Generally not: Unless they are planning specific treatment for your bladder problems. ...Read more
Is it true that Yaz (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) reduces infections, diseases and vaginal cancer?
I am experiencing vaginal odor, abnormal vaginal discharge (quality: mucus and blood), fatigue, appetite changes (quality: reduced appetite), ba...
Symptom cornucopia: You have a multitude of significant symptoms that need to be catalogued and treated by a MD after a visit. ...Read more
Suffering from vaginal yeast infection. Does washing the genital area with dettol antiseptic help reduce the itching?
No.: Please do not wash your genitals with dettol. This is a household cleaning products and isn't made for use on the human body. For relief of the itching from yeast, you can use on over the counter yeast medication. In a pinch cold plain yogurt or cold packs can be used for instant comfort until medications have time to work. ...Read more
I was using nair and some of it got on my inner labia and now its a little swollen. Do I use hydrocortisone/creams/ aloe vera gel etc. If its close to vaginal opening? If so what? And are there foods that reduce swelling when eaten?
Should resolve: Most likely it will resolve on its own without any treatment. Food is not going to help it. If the area looks infected or like there is a chemical burn have an Obgyn examine the area. ...Read more
Everday having intercourse during fertile window days reduces sperm? Iv read in internet new sperms cannot swim in vagina and thus reduces chances of concueving & regeneration of healthy sperm takes 2-3 months which are capable of fertilizing.
Swimming sperm: Mature sperm are swimming "champs" traversing through the vagina when released. Immature sperm often are missing their tails and, of course, it is impossible to move without a tail. Sperm production is best when intercourse ejaculation intervals are 48 hours or more apart, which is why it is recommended for fertility windows. Take the "plunge" and go every other day to the "sperm pool". ...Read more
Not usually.: Leukorrhea is normal vaginal discharge (d/c). D/c is composed of cellular debris, vaginal secretions ; bacteria ; is stimulated by ^ vaginal blood flow ; ^ estrogen. D/c ^ is seen w ovulation (clear/stretchy), clear/watery or white d/c both occur during menstrual cycle.; pregnancy (white/ milky). It can be thin or thick ; white to yellowish. Leukorrhea usually doesn't cause an odor. If you have. ...Read more
Hi, I was wondering why suddenly I have been having a lot more vaginal wetness during sex out of no where?
Vaginal Lubrication: This is a very good question. Natural ways to increase the vaginal lubrication prior to penetration are all about foreplay. Your vaginal fluid glands will react with passion and time as your vagina prepares for penetration. There is a lot of good written information in books such as "our bodies, ourselves" or "the joy of sex". ...Read more
Lubrication: If your are perimenopausal, please consult your GYN for Rx Premarin (conjugated estrogens) Vaginal cream, which will help prevent dryness. Aqueous based Lubricants (Astroglie, Trojan, KY Jelly) are very helpful. Never neglect prolonged foreplay and understand that oral (talking. Communicating) and oral (sexual) stimulation go "hand in hand". I suggest starting with a comprehensive GYN exam. ...Read more
No such product: There is no such product or process. If you are sexually stimulated then you have natural lubrication. If this is not enough, as in many females, lubrication is added. ...Read more
Vaginal wetness: Vaginal wetness should not interfere with make orgasm an vaginal penetration. In fact it should make it easier. There are a wide variety of over the counter agents such as KY jelly that are intended for this exact purpose. You should have this evaluated by your gynecologsit to ensure that no other condtion is responsible. ...Read more
Normal functioning: The vagina will secrete a clear or sticky discharge that is non itching nor malodorous. It is part of normal physiology in response to a variety of factors including sexual stimulation. ...Read more
I have a question about my mom she has been having some type of wetness in her vaginal area and she is not quite sure what it is?
Infection: If she is having vaginal wetness then she needs to be checked for infections. Even if she is not sexually active there are infections she can get that cause a discharge. Please encourage her to see a doctor. ...Read more
What does it mean when vaginal wetness is watery? What should the consistancy be for intercourse?
Watery discharge: If is persistent watery and has nothing to do with you willing to have sex could potentially mean something else that relates to you fallopian tubes and you should see a doctor. During ovulation secretion is more clear and strecthes if you touch your fingers and pull them apart. That is actually a sign of ovulation and lasts only 2 days:). ...Read more
I have excessive vaginal wetness. I wear at least two panty liners a day. It's there such a condition as an overactive Bartholin's gland?
Sort of: Vaginal secretions come from the Bartholin's gland and many places in the vagina. If abnormal causes of vaginal discharge are excluded, but there is a lot of vaginal discharge, the term is "physiologic leukorrhea". This can be due to changes in diet, sexual activity, medication stress etc. Its always best to see your gyn and have it checked out before deciding its normal. Best wishes! ...Read more
I'm suffering from excessive vaginal discharge and wetness which result in giving the sensation of vaginal looseness, this happened after pospartum?
Girlfriend is virgin and any vaginal penetration hurts her. I barely enter her and she feels pain even fingers. Plenty of wetness, not overagressive.?
Needs evaluation: Your girlfriend should have a pelvic examination to determine if there is an issue with an overly tight hymenal ring and/or rule out any anatomic causes for your dilemma. Beyond that, there are other issues that may be in play including extreme reluctance causing vaginismus. Some women need progressive dilation over time to stretch their vaginal opening. Discuss at her visit with doc. ...Read more
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