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OK, I've spoken with my gynocologist about this, and she says she's never heard of such a thing.....Since I had my partial hysterectomy, I am actually too wet. To make matters more confusing, I've started menopause, which is supposed to cause vaginal dryness. However, I am so wet (an this is before even getting excited) that there is no friction in order to feel anything. I used to be able to have multiple orgasms, and now it takes 20 minutes on average just to get a quick short one. I have not found anything that has helped, and I can't find any products to help either. Any suggestions? As if all of this wasn't bad enough, my libido could not possibly die any more. I get hot and bothered watching movies, or reading books, but otherwise I don't get excited any more.
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replied April 8th, 2009
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I once watched a show on Oxygen that suggested that if this were to happen, keeping tissues bedside for quick clean up, and turning on a fan for some dry up, while enjoying intercourse, could help.

But, if this doesn't sound like the route you're looking for, trying some kegal exercises (the exercises to tighten the vaginal muscles after child birth) may help to tighten the vagina enough to heighten the pleasure of the feeling of the penis entering.

If neither of these work for you, try rubbing your clitoris before sex. You will still get an orgasm (though a different kind) but having an orgasm may help your body to slow down the secretions as it has already had some sort of satisfaction.

I hope this helps you on your way to a happier sex life and a healthy libido.
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replied April 8th, 2009
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yes having an orgasm early in love making can help the wetness. I have noticed that if I cum before sex we sometimes have to use lube when we do start. Even though im really aroused my juices ran out. Try it see if it works.
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replied June 23rd, 2009
Im kinda the same... i get extremely hot wet and bothered like watching porno with "him" but when it comes time im out of the mood and i cant orgasm, i never have during sex. and during sex im extremely wet but no orgasm???
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