... Antihistamines will dry up extra vaginal secretions, but...they will also dry up other bodily fluids. If taken too much they can cause dehydration, constipation, etc. Be careful using antihistamines for anything other than what they are designed for. ... (2 replies)
... I gush too,and I used to be worried that it was too much.However,my partner gets really excited and turned on by it. As titanhog mentioned, a lot of men do. ... (2 replies)
... too much wetness! ... (5 replies)
... I also thought that low estrogen would cause extra wetness, but I have done some research and it seems it MIGHT be the opposite. Too much estrogen causes wetness...also one writer said she didn't used to get wet until she started taking estrogen after menopause. ... (23 replies)
... I've looked all over the web, and all I have been able to find is info on vaginal dryness. My problem is too much vaginal wetness I get so wet sometimes I can't feel my boyfriend during sex. He also has problems having an orgasim sometime because of the lack of friction. ... (23 replies)
... fe always gets very wet on the outside, and that is enjoyable for both of us. That shows that she is enjoying the sex greatly and it is true that it can never be too wet. However, there is also internal wetness and there can be too much of that. ... (5 replies)
... My wife of six years have always been dealing with too much wetness during intercourse. Even if we wipe off once a minute, we both loose sensitivity shortly afterwards. ... (5 replies)
... Honestly anytime I find that to be the case that it is too much...I typically try to keep a towel handy and wipe myself and my boy and then it is completely fine! ... (1 replies)
... I hope that you don't feel that too much wetness is a problem, I for one find it very comfortable and not an issue from a guys point of view. ... (5 replies)
... Please don't take this the wrong way, but, I say, my 2 cents worth,,,
Wet is good, very good. But, if you worry at that same time, it ain't going to work (so to speak).
Does he lose erection from the wetness, or from a result of your worries/thoughts? (12 replies)
... but, use a towel or something and wipe yourself off some if it's too much... Turn on a fan also... The air would also help dry you some. ... (12 replies)
... gh and her whole vaginal area is very wet, i like it. It shows me that she is really turned on and the more she lubricates herself, the longer i last...the more wetness the better! And i bet most of the guys will agree with me! ... (23 replies)
... i have that problem too it seems that i'm always wet and when i can't do something about it my uderwear is almost always soaked (23 replies)
... Sometimes we put a towel under us, and he wipes the wetness off during sex with the towel. ... (23 replies)
... well i noticed that i can become wet really easily.
but that usually used to happen when i used to use some sort of scented wipes right before sex having sex.
guess those provided some sort of a lubrication.
therefore i stopped using them.
i wash thoroughly right before me and my fiance get into bed and wipe myself with a cotton towel so that the vaginal area is totally... (23 replies)
... I have that same problem, hun. Its annoying in itself because i can not stay on top because it slides out do to the enormous amount of wetness. If someone has a solution please share it. It's like i come pre-packaged already lol. :rolleyes: (23 replies)
... I"ve been with women who had both problems,your on the better side,less foreplay can help.Otherwise be glad it"s not a lack of wetness,kills the romance. (23 replies)
... You know, you're right. I haven't read anything on being too wet. ... (23 replies)
... gets really went down there. Sometimes, i will go down to feel, and it feel like a big puddle of water, its so funny. Its perfectly normal though. Your bodies wetness just means its kinf of getting ready for you to have sex. ... (7 replies)
... e experiencing is normal. It's normal for a female to be really wet during sexual arousal and sexual intercourse. Hormones can cause this to happen too. Also the wetness can also be dictated by the different stages of your menstrual cycle. Many women produce more fluid during ovulation. ... (4 replies)