I am 24 Y old, it's been 3 moths my vagina start very dry before having intercouse which my husband and i very worry :( ... i had thrush infection 2 time this years on February and September it just happened before my period and become normal after period, my doctor give antibiotic and vagina insert which help to relieve the symtom.
i have no idea of what is going on with my body, why my vagina is so dry now????
Also, piggylovely, try to eliminate the use of soap in cleaning the vaginal and anal area. get an alternative soap, like EVE makes one and they have them in health food stores as well. That could make a huge difference. It has with me. many women and even men are sensitive to regular soups and have problems with them. The rest of your body is fine to use them for.
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