hi I only have sex 2 times a week I'm getting very depressed that in the middle of sex I cant stay wet. It is frustrating me and I can see its make my boyfriend mad.I have a kid with him hes about to be 3 I really don't want this seperating us I want to have sex so bad but now I'm extremely scared PLEASE HELP ME!!!!!
First, how old are you? Second, something might be going on with your estrogen levels. Stay hydrated. Drinking six to eight glasses of water a day will help keep your tissues moist, including those below the belt. Many women achieve instant relief simply by using a lubricant. There are at least half a dozen of these on drugstore shelves. You may need to experiment to find one that works best for you. Avoid personal hygiene sprays. Chemicals in these products can be irritating to delicate tissues that line the vagina. Skip the douching. This can disrupt the vagina's normal chemical balance, leading to inflammation and dryness. Eat health ful amounts of "good" fats. Your body needs a little fat with every meal to make adequate levels of sex hormones. Flaxseed oil and soy, which have estrogen like effects, may help somewhat with vaginal dryness. Consider a topical estrogen cream and vaginal suppositories. They're an option if your symptoms were brought on by menopause. But you'll also need to take a progesterone tablet if you have a uterus to protect yourself from endometrial cancer. Bio-identical estrogen and progesterone are available for those who want chemically identical versions of the hormones made naturally by the body.
Hey, I agree.. try some lubricants they have a large variety in pharmacies.. experiment...toys/vibrators...do it with excitement as if u want to please him.. n as if u want to b pleased.. n make it interesting. In addition, you maybe u need to juss focus on having sex and pleasing Ur partner when you both are getting sexual... Sometimes the mood has to b set meaning mentally, physically,and try to set the mood differenly...role play..light candles.. pop in a porn. you could juss really b over this whole sex encounter with em bcuz its a routine....not an enjoyment
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