When the well runs dry.
If you’ve never had an issue getting wet down there during sex, and all of a sudden it feels like she’s running out of water. . . there’s really no need to panic. It’s okay for your coochie to run dry sometimes. It’s not menopause if that’s the first thought that comes to mind. Fact is, there are a number of many reasons why women experience vaginal dryness, and the problem is a lot more common than you’d think. Here are a few explanations as to why. .
1. Your body needs a little more foreplay. .
Give a woman a little bit more arousal then penetration. 30 seconds. . . 1 minute or even 5 minutes of foreplay is never enough. The coochie needs a little more of direct stimulation, before she gets really wet enough for penetration. . ya dig? Take her slow, build up momentum; that way, she won’t dry out.
2. Stressed out AF
Stress usually has the tendency of dampening the mood and energy around you. and you can add vaginal dryness to the list. If it doesn’t affect your libido, then feeling anxious or pressured can make it harder to get aroused. Once the stress lifts and you’re mind is super blank and calm, your juices should start flowing. What you thinking about hunny?
There are some medications that just eff up your hormones. They tend to cause hormonal imbalance. These have a drying effect inside the body and cause reduced vaginal lubrication. I suggest you steer clear of cold medicines and antihistamines, if you want to maintain your wetness before and after sex. yeah?
The ingredients in the soap you use to shower, hygiene products, dyes, and perfumes may cause problems as well. Also, lubricant also have some chemicals that may not sit well with your coochie, hence causing her to dry up like the Sahara desert. And this causes the penetration to be a tad bit painful. . . yikes!
When it comes to fun in the bedroom, leave all your worries at the door and just have fun.