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What If You Get Vicks In Your Vagina
Constant or with sex: It is my understanding that there can be many causes for vaginal pain, and the list of potential causes can only be narrowed by knowing more about the nature of the pain and whether it seems associated with specific activities or with any other factors. Before offing more, would need nature of pain, frequency, apparently related factors and/or symptoms, when it occurs, duration, and intensity.See 1 more doctor answer
Depends on age: If you are not menopausal, I suggest several simple things to increase lubrication: 1- spend 15-20 minutes on prolonged, slow foreplay, both touching and oral stimulation. 2- communicate- to your sexual partner and relax 3- visual, auditory and olfactory stimulation- videos, music, incense 4- use an aqueous based lubricant. If menopausal, consider a hormone cream by GYN. Enjoy!
Secretions: There are glands in and around the vagina. When stimulated (both mentally and physically), blood flow to these areas increases, causing the glands to secrete fluids that lubricate the vagina.See 1 more doctor answer
No: No, the vagina does become "loose, " and it does not change in structure permanently due to intercourse. During sexual arousal, it lubricates and relaxes to accommodate intercourse, but these changes are temporary during the normal sexual response cycle.
Big topic: In older people, or those without ovaries, it can b from lack of esrogon. If its a sexual issue it could be due to lack of arousal, some drugs such as antidepressants can cause this. An oil based lubricant (astroglide) can help during intercourse but there may be a better answer out there; some Progesterone only contraceptives may contribute (implanon, depo-provera. Good luck.
Up to some degree: It might be normal, up to some degree in some cases. However, a check up with you gyn dr would help clarify this and reassure you.
Discharge?: Hello. Assuming that you have good hygiene would want to know if there is a vaginal discharge. If so, you could have bacterial vaginosis or another infection which would warrant medical evaluation.
Lube: In general, using lube w intercourse is a good idea. Keep hydrated. Many women loose some ability to vaginally lubricate on arousal with different forms of birth control. an infection would be unlikely if this is your only complaint. More foreplay may help. Good luck
Genital wetness: If you are asking about vaginal wetness, then it is very normal with vaginal stimulation.
Many things: The predominance of peroxidase positive lactobacillus, good bacteria, is what causes the pH to rise. If they are killed off, which can be caused by many things, the pH rises letting other bacteria take their place. This is called bacterial vaginosis. It can treated but you will not get the pH back to normal until the good bacteria grow back.
Sit on the toilet: Strain down like you were trying to pass a bowel motion. If necessary. Place a finger inside your rectum and get above it and try to push it down with straining. If this fails, go to your doctor of the emergency room.
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