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    Anon_183340 posted:
    I have been experiencing vaginal dryness 2 years after my total hysterectomy procedure. Though I still have sexual arousal, still it seems that my vagina is still dry though there is enough stimulation. Until last month I found a vaginal wash that is recommended only for menopause women. It is a moisturizer that prevents vaginal dryness and itching. It works. NaFlora is the brand name. It is available here in the Philippines. At least now I enjoy my sexual life.
    dfromspencer responded:
    This sounds suspiciously a lot like a plug for a product? Am I right? Or, am I wrong?

    nohard responded:
    Hi Try getting on some vitamin B 6, this should keep you wet for sex, give or take about 3 days a month.
    Just give it a try.
    Good Luck

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