... 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)
... 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.
P.S. I think using a tampon would be dumb especially since you could get toxic shock syndrome. (23 replies)
... my gf always gets very wet and i love it. By the time i get her in her underwear, her panties are always soaked right through 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! ... (23 replies)
... Sometimes we put a towel under us, and he wipes the wetness off during sex with the towel. ... (23 replies)
... 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 dry. ... (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)
... completely turned on so that's not the problem. I don't want to use lube. I want to be able to produce my own natural wetness like I was able to before. I'm only 26! I've tried slippery elm powder, maca root powder, flax seed, and chia seeds... ... (4 replies)
... I don't think vaginal wetness is a problem...so perhaps there is nothing to solve. ... (1 replies)
... nd 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. If the woman is too wet inside then there is litttle friction and little feeling during intercourse. ... (5 replies)
... Well I thought that I was the only one to have this problem.... but whats the solution??? Honey wont work.... that is a yeast infection waiting to happen!!!! This doesn't bother me, but my husband has a problem with it because he says there isn't enough friction. He isn't the first partner to complain. We tried condoms for awhile and that works... but it kinda ruins the mood.... (23 replies)
... Believe it or not, the wetness turns a lot of guys on as some of them seem to associate wetness with quality of arousal, so your boyfriend might think that you are very, very turned on by him. As for the sound, it actually also turns a lot of guys on. ... (4 replies)
... Age, anti-deptressants, & other meds can lessen the wetness & sexual desire. Changes in hormone levels will do the same.
Too much estrogen can cause a lowering of the sex drive. Too little testosterone will lower the sex drive & pleasure.
Some doctors are now prescribing a compounded testosterone gel for a sexual lube for women with low testosterone.
Some BC pills... (2 replies)
... died 6 months to a yr after this happened i became dry and now have to use lubs, doctors seem to think it was the stress at the time, they cant figure out y the wetness has not returned? ... (2 replies)
... Antihistamines can cause vaginal dryness and wetter is not always better. Too much lubrication can decrease sensation for both partners, as there is less friction. ... (2 replies)
... Taking antihistimines have nothing to do with your vaginal lubrcation, and besides the wetter the better, some women could oly wish for wetness. ... (2 replies)
... I have the same problem also, less foreplay does not always help. There must be a real solution to this problem. If you are to dry you can use lotions ect. but what do you do if you are just way to wet?
Nevy (23 replies)
... Maybe this is a dumb idea, but what about using a juinor tampon until shortly before penetration?? Wouldn't that soak up a lot of the extra fluids? At least until you find a more suitable solution, anyway. (23 replies)
... I agree, my Fiance loves it when it's really wet. He'd be sad if I got any less wet, lol. (23 replies)
... i suppose thats a good thing, i always thought a lad woudn't like that! Glad to hear a lads oppinion (23 replies)