• Q&A: Is My Lubricant Making My Vagina Dry?

    It’s possible that you’ve irritated your vagina in some way, such as by rushing into sex before you were well lubricated.

  • Q&A: I Don’t Get Wet And I Have Never Experienced Orgasm

    Vaginal lubrication is influenced by a number of factors, including characteristics of the woman herself as well as characteristics of the sexual event.

  • Q&A: Why Do I Get So Wet When I’m Aroused? Can I Control This?

    Vaginal lubrication comes through the vaginal walls, with the fluids having originally been part of the blood that flows to the genitals during sexual arousal.

  • Q&A: Differences in Sexual Arousal Response Between Men and Women

    One of the biggest differences between men’s and women’s sexual arousal response is that men’s erections are visible whereas women’s arousal is more hidden.

  • Q&A: Girlfriend Has No Feeling During Sex

    Dr. Debby answers questions about why a woman might have lessened sensation during vaginal intercourse.

  • Q&A: Dry Vagina During Sex – What Can I Do?

    Dr. Debby Herbenick answers a question from a male reader who is concerned about a lack of vaginal lubrication making sex uncomfortable for his girlfriend.