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too much lubricant
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alsdf123 posted:
me and my boyfriend have been dating for about a year now. recently, i started to get a lot of lubricant during sex. i never had this problem before. seems like it just started all in a sudden. many says it's actually a good thing. but we often have to give up trying n sleep because he cannot feel me due to the lubricant. he never complained, but i feel very bad. this is very depressing.
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3point14 responded:
Have you heard of Kegel exercises? If not, google them. If so, do them. :)
 
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alaska_mommy responded:
I agree with the Kegels. In the meantime, what about just washing out the vagina with water? Maybe that will cut down on some of the natural lubricant and give you another chance at sex that night. GL!
 
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alsdf123 responded:
thanks for your advise. ill check out the kegels. ^ ^
 
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Rhondamay responded:
Boy, those were the days!

Kegels will help. Also take a towel to bed with you and dry off the excess as you go. Good luck!

Rhonda


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