Vaginal wetness issues are common among post-menopausal women as well as women who are breastfeeding, due to low levels of estrogen which can cause problems with vaginal dryness throughout the day and not just during sex. Certain medications can also make it more difficult to produce sufficient vaginal lubrication for sex.
It is sometimes said that sex is like a dance in the way that it’s often more fun and more pleasurable if two people are attuned to teach others’ bodies. Sometimes the focus is on one person, dipping or being dipped, or turning around in circles. But the other person gets a turn to shine, too.
Some women experience vaginal dryness after taking low dose birth control pills. Also, it’s common for women to feel more dry if they start having sex shortly after a warm shower or bath, if they’re taking allergy medications such as antihistamines, or while they are breastfeeding.
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