THE VAGINA NORMALLY SELF-LUBRICATES
Think of me this morning as that Saturday morning newspaper Vendor that keeps pressing his horn while you people are eating Moi Moi and drinking ògì. Because I’ve come this morning o.
When a woman is sexually aroused, the vagina normally self-lubricates. This makes the overall experience a lot more fun.
Intercourse without lubricant can be painful and damage the vaginal lining. Your body may produce less lubricant as a result of taking certain medications, *including antihistamines and antidepressants
struggle with daily water intake or are often dehydrated
use hormonal birth control
are in perimenopause or menopause
have an autoimmune disorder, such as Sjögren syndrome
are undergoing chemotherapy…..NOTWITHSTANDING FAN or AC o* as this person said o (Naija sense no go wound people o….So people don’t have sex during snowy times? Lol)…..Anyway, That’s usually where artificial lubricant comes in.
Artificial lubricant can help enhance arousal, boost sexual pleasure, keep your vaginal skin soft, and, most importantly, reduce friction, itching, burning, chaffing, and other discomforts during penetration.
Not sure where to start? Read on…
Lubricants can be used by everyone, regardless of whether their body produces lubrication naturally.
There are different types of lubricants to suit different needs. It’s totally normal if you favor one over the rest, or if you like to switch things up depending on the situation. Whether you’re a first-time buyer or looking to expand your lubricant collection, there’s one out there for you, guaranteed.
Let’s talk about the different types and my recommendations……
Check out my previous post on Lubricants here!