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What Is the Best Lubricant?

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I'VE USED OTC LUBRICANTS AND THEY SIMPLY DON'T LAST. ANYTHING OUT THERE THAT IS THICK AND ACTUALLY STAYS IN THE VAGINA DURING SEX? HELP! CONSTANTLY USING MY OWN SALIVA DOWN THERE IN THE DESSERT OF DRYNESS, MY HUBBY KNOWS AND I GUESS IT MAKES HIM THINK IM NOT GETTING EXCITED. WELL, MENOPAUSE GOT ME AND NOW TOOK MY SEX LIFE TO ZERO!
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replied February 28th, 2007
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Re: What Is the Best Lubricant?
tawny111 wrote:
I'VE USED OTC LUBRICANTS AND THEY SIMPLY DON'T LAST. ANYTHING OUT THERE THAT IS THICK AND ACTUALLY STAYS IN THE VAGINA DURING SEX? HELP! CONSTANTLY USING MY OWN SALIVA DOWN THERE IN THE DESSERT OF DRYNESS, MY HUBBY KNOWS AND I GUESS IT MAKES HIM THINK IM NOT GETTING EXCITED. WELL, MENOPAUSE GOT ME AND NOW TOOK MY SEX LIFE TO ZERO!


Its called JO H20 its not that flavor crap or that sticky stuff its like your own juices...http://www.amazon.com/System-JO-H 20-Lube-oz/dp/B0006IOTIK I love it it has no sticky mess afterwards you will be satisfied with this lubricant its excellent and the best..Good luck..
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replied March 23rd, 2009
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Best is to have your boyfriend do from his Stud!!! or go for oral sex without any lube, just before arousal try penitration,It will give sure shot result.Try and tell.
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replied April 7th, 2009
absolutley the best lube i have ever used ( and i have tried MANY) is Liquid Goddess. i buy it on amazon, cuz the sex store that i used to buy it from shut down. no chemicals, smells and tastes sooo yummy. lasts forever, and isnt sticky (my number one lube complaint). oh and for oral sex it adds a wonderful texture, without tasting like lube.
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replied December 17th, 2011
Instead of trying to find a lube that will work for you, have you ever considered trying a arousal gel, that will make your body make enough of its own lube? There are a whole bunch of different ones out there, and they are very different in what they do. You basically will have to find one that works best for you. There is e.g. KY intense with niacin as the active ingredient. That can cause a warming sensation that some women find stimulating, others think it burns. Some contain plant oils like Zestra and On; this might also be stimulating for some women, while it might be too much for others. For better lubrication, I personally have the best experience with an arousal gel that is called Galaxis and that is very different from the others. It uses a molecule that is part of the human arousal response as its active ingredient. And this stuff works!
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replied July 10th, 2012
Tried "preseed" for sex lubricant?
I am hearing more about PreSeed. Its made for conceiving, but its supposed to be like narural secretions. Have you tried it?
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replied July 11th, 2012
I t could be you just need to find out what really turns you on and work from there.I remember a few years back getting into a bit of heavy petting with a girlfriend and as soon as my fingers got near her virgina her own juices stared flowing,instant wet and it was such a turn on.I did see on porn movies now they spit on each others privates,That would be a turn off for me.Any thing will do I guess.I heard of a guy who's girlfriend wanted to try anal but had no lube,so he went through the kitchen and came back with cooking oil.Which worked apparently though after wards he was hungry for some fries!lol true story!
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replied July 14th, 2012
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My opinion is nothing is better than the natural lube produced by the woman...
Menopause is a drying time for some women and less so for others...

I know a couple of post-menopause women who lubricate sufficient for satisfying intercourse but only after penetration so a little lube is needed just to get things started - nothing worse than trying to turn a woman on by touching a dry clitoris. Applying the lube very slowly a tiny bit at a time is a turn-on all of its own.
Another 70 year old woman told me she still lubricates like a teenager...

We have tried water based lubes but we don't like them.
We have tried an oil based lube and a warming lube but mostly we find Vaseline works well for us and on a practical level it is cheap and easily available wherever in the world you are and provides a little protection against some minor infections...
A sprinkle of water over the petroleum jelly or add some saliva and it gives a completely different feel

Butter is the traditional lubricant but there are all manner of things in the average kitchen to experiment with and using the blender to make various fat or oil emulsions should produce some interesting results.

Another post-menopause woman (with a heavy cold) said she once used mentholated rub mistaking it for Vaseline and it made her keep moving during her husband's weekly sex session. Her husband claimed he hadn't seen her enjoy sex as much as that night for nearly forty years. He also said it was the best sex he had experienced...

A complete lack of natural lubrication might be a sign of other causes so a visit to the medic for a check-up might be in order...
Taking anti-histamines does tend to dry all the mucus membranes, as do some other medications...

The woman who originally posted should be honest with her husband and invite him to apply various concoctions...
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