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I am married for 9 months. Ever since we got married I dont get wet that much, But I really get aroused and get really horny. So we use lotion or baby oil during intercourse. But i really want to get wet naturally and my husband also wants it that way. I dont know whats wrong with me. I used to get wet soo much even when my husband hugs n kiss me. Why am i not getting wet now? I dont use any kind of birth control. Please help me Sad And one more thing I use lactacyd hygeine wash, Just telling what ever I use
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replied October 28th, 2009
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The best type of lubricant to use during sex would actually be one DESIGNED for sex, such as KY. Other lubricants, like baby oil and lotion can alter the natural pH of your vagina, which can cause infections and dryness.
If I am correct, Lactacyd is that gel that comes in a tube that you insert into your vagina. You should NOT use it every day, unless you have problems concerning lactic acid deficiency or unless told by a healthcare provider to do so. It contains lactic acid. While this is something your vagina naturally makes in order to maintain a healthy pH, an overabundance of it can actually alter the pH to unhealthy levels as well. Try taking a few days off of the Lactacyd to see if that is the cause. Drinking milk and eating yogurt are excellent ways of getting healthy levels of lactic acid into your body, and you don't run the risk of accidental infection by inserting anything into your vaginal cavity (it happens).
If you are still having problems becoming wet, try different ways of stimulation, such as oral sex, the introduction of toys, new positions, etc.
If that does not help, consult your gyn, who may be able to help you out further.
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replied October 28th, 2009
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I am in the United States so I am not familiar with the product you use. I did a little research and it appears that it is an external feminine wash. Unless you are using it intravaginally, I do not think that it can cause dryness. But if you are usinging it internally, that can certainly be the cause of your problem- no matter what the product claims. Also, if you are douching, that can alter the pH of your vagina and result in dryness.
As motherofhighspiritedones stated, you should never use anything but specifically designed, water- based lubricants during sex. You have no idea of what chemicals or ingredients from baby oil or lotion remain in the vagina after intercourse or how they alter its environment. So, it's best to use only products that are formulated for sexual lubrication.
Good luck and congrats on your recent nuptuals.
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replied October 28th, 2009
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If you are trying to conceive, you should use a sperm friendly lubricant like pre-seed.

From experience in my own marriage I can say that we spend much less time on foreplay and that can be an issue. He used to 'warm me up' until I wanted to rip of my own clothes but the pressures of marriage and motherhood made our foreplay much less.

Some oral sex before helps a lot with both getting myself wet and all the saliva is also good.

I am also finding that I lubricate differently in different phases of my menstrual cycle.
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replied October 29th, 2009
not getting wet and frequent urge to pee
Yes deteragram, you are right. thats a feminine higiene wash that my gyn prescribed becox I had a severe vaginal itching problem 4 years ago. Fortunately I have no problems with itching now. But still i buy and use it to be on the safe side since its a hiegene wash.
Yes maybe the lotion and baby oil is the problem. Now I am using KY lubricant, lets c iftheres a diffrence. I just want to get to normal, I mean get wet naturally Like i used to Sad

motherofhighspiritedones, like u said we try diferent positions but the problem about that is, I have anothr problem with it. Recently I had a problem with urinating. When I am near to finish peeing, I feel a really sharp pain whiuch is really uncomfortable. And i get the urge to urinate frequently and most of the time a small amount comes. I donno always somethings wrong with my whole vagina. So I consulted my gyn and she gave me meds and I got better. And after 5 months its happening again Sad Plss help me.
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replied October 30th, 2009
hello how can i get a doctor answer my question
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replied October 12th, 2012
sounds like you have frequent urinary tract infections, which can be caused by a number of things. The urinary meatus is so close the vaginal opening that any thing coming in contact with the vagina could also get into the urinary tract. be careful during sex not to introduce bacteria to this area and always get up and urinate immediately after sex to flush out any bacteria that may have gotten in there during the act
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replied July 9th, 2013
Cherylle, have yoou found a resolution? Please let me know, I'm suffering!
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replied October 30th, 2009
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If you go to the tab that says "Ask a Doctor", there should be an option within those questions.
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replied February 17th, 2012
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Hey about the Peeing fequently, you probably have a case of cystitis, its a urine tract infection, i've had it twice before the first time when i was much younger and the second after my boyfriend and i had sex on a camping trip, when i went to get checked out they had told me what it was and that it is caused by either too much sex or not peeing/ washing after sex. It is apparently very important to ALWAYS pee after sex. Hope that helps!
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replied July 9th, 2013
Vugrtdyki, how did you get rid of the cystitis, what were you prescribed? Because that was what the doctor had told me too when I told him I can't get wet naturally and they had told me their was no cure for it except for healthy diets, flushing your body with water, and taking baths regularly but NOTHING has helped. I've been having this problem for a year now and can't have sex and feel comfortable.
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