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Sex Isn’t Fun When You’re Dry

If the vagina were a machine, it would be the most efficient machine ever built. The vagina is self-sustainable: it cleans itself, provides its own lubrication, and it can even power, or excite, itself with the touch of a button. When there is a dearth of lubrication in the vagina, the female can experience discomfort and pain.

While vaginal dryness may seem like an issue affecting only middle-aged women, the condition affects women of all ages.  Vaginal dryness most often occurs during and after menopause, with symptoms including itching, burning, pressure, pain or light bleeding during sex.
 

Why Am I Dry?

Dryness often occurs because a woman’s estrogen levels have diminished. Sexual exhaustion, excessive masturbation, menopause and even childbirth can all cause a dearth of lubrication in the vagina. Without sufficient estrogen, the body cannot produce an ample supply of lubrication that can lead to pain.
 
The lack of estrogen aside, vaginal dryness is often linked to a lack of progesterone domination, poor blood circulation, or lack of androgen hormones, i.e., oxytocin, prostaglandin, nitric oxide and cGMP. When the androgen hormones androstenedione and testosterone fail to appear, the clitoris and G-spot nerves will become desensitized, making it difficult or impossible to achieve sexual pleasure and orgasm.
 

Dryness Can Cause Long-Term Problems

When lubrication takes a hiatus, vaginal abrasions can form and may lead to minuscule vaginal and clitoral scar formations. These wounds can block neuroendocrine receptors and glands for neurotransmitters underneath the vaginal and clitoral skins—receptors and transmitters necessary for achieving an orgasm.
 
To prevent further vaginal damage and desensitization, a woman needs to restore her vaginal moisture environment. A Vaginal Insensitivity and Dryness Relief Remedy, which contains Wild Yam enriched with Vitamin E, can help to restore a woman’s natural lubrication—without the added side effects of prescription medication.

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