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How to get a woman to lubricate and glide right into her
The most important thing you can do to maintain an internal combustion engine is to change the oil every 3,000 or 5,000 miles – depending on the type of car and the type of oil you use.
If you don’t do this, then the engine will seize up over time and become irreparable.
Cars need lubrication in order to work properly.
And women need lubrication too.
However, when a woman hits peri-menopause, menopause, and post-menopause, she often doesn’t lubricate like she used to.
And it’s not just that she can’t lubricate as much during sex…
Often she will not produce as much vaginal lubrication all around.
This can lead to an uncomfortable feeling in her vagina even during regular and non-sexual activities.
It can also make sex really hurt.
If your partner is over the age of 45 or 50 and you want to maintain a good sex life with her, here are a few solutions to vaginal dryness.
What causes vaginal dryness?
Vaginal dryness usually occurs in women who are experiencing the hormone drops of menopause.
It is often a symptom of atrophic vaginitis.
“Atrophic vaginitis usually occurs in the postmenopausal patient, when estrogen levels are low and no longer support glycogenization of the vaginal epithelium.”
This is a pretty normal part of life for many women.
The good news is that it doesn’t have to stop an active sex life.
How to treat vaginal atrophy and dryness
Many doctors will treat vaginal atrophy with hormone therapy.
Many of these therapies are administered in creams, gels, and rings that are inserted.
But the results of hormone therapy are dicey at best…
…often coming with side effects such as increased risk of breast cancer.
This is especially true of oral hormone therapy.
“The general treatment of vaginal atrophy is hormone therapy. Many forms are available, including estrogenic preparations administered vaginally (e.g., creams, tablets, estradiol-releasing ring), intravaginal dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), and oral hormone therapy.”
While I’m not a doctor and wouldn’t tell my wife what to do, hormone therapy would make me uncomfortable because of the known side effects.
It would never be my first solution to this particular problem.
If you or your partner doesn’t want to use hormone therapy, then what else works?
There are several effective methods that can help to relieve overall dryness as well as give more lubrication during intercourse.
The first one is a little counter-intuitive to most women, but it does work.
And that is to have more sex.
Regular sexual activity to improve blood circulation to the vagina
Sex, especially after menopause, seems to help women maintain a healthy vagina.
It’s one of those cases of use it or lose it.
You may need the studies, but having more sex is a great way for her to keep her vagina healthy.
Another thing to try is vitamin E suppositories with coconut oil carrier.
These can help ease the discomfort and dryness.
But if you and your partner use condoms, this can be a problem because the natural oils will break down latex.
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Finally (and this is probably the best solution overall), you can move to Nirvana Sex from regular reproductive sex.
This type of sex will often get a woman – even a woman who has become disinterested – very interested in sex.
This type of sex also happens to feel amazing for both partners.
If your woman is complaining that sex hurts, take her seriously.
This is a normal part of post-menopause for many women.
But it doesn’t have to stop desire or having an active and fulfilling sex life.
To your health (and hers).
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And the next time you take your wife or girlfriend to bed, prepare for an explosion of pleasure so deep, you might never resurface…
- Atrophic Vaginitis – Atrophic vaginitis is the direct result of estrogen deficiency leading to thinning of the vaginal epithelium, reductions in vaginal blood flow, and decreased lubrication.
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