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Vaginal lubrication and desire

 
Vaginal lubrication and desire

Not really! You can be fully turned on and not get enough lubrication.

Normally when a woman is aroused she produces vaginal lubrication, but sometimes her body doesn’t connect with her libido. It’s much the same as erection problems: there’s probably a medical explanation (side-effects of medication, diabetes, hormone imbalance if you’re breastfeeding, pregnant or going through the menopause) or because of anxiety, depression, even worries.  

It’s just a missing link in the chain, a glitch on your way to sexual fulfillment, so don’t take it to mean that your sexual desire is fake, has disappeared, or was never there in the first place!






  
  

Sarah Horrocks
2006/09/27
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