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Treatment of Insufficient Lubrication, Insufficiently Moist Pussy

Abstract: Problems with lubrication of the vagina and insufficiently moist pussy can be treated with lubricants or saliva, hormone treatment, etc.

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Treatment of Insufficient Lubrication, Insufficiently Moist Pussy

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Written by: Wendy Moelker, psychologist in charge of Emergis, Goes, the Netherlands.
First version: 22 Jul 2008.
Latest revision: 22 Jul 2008.

How can problems with lubrication of the vagina, insufficiently moist pussy, be treated?

Answer:

Depending on the cause, problems with the lubrication of the vagina can be treated, e.g whit lubricants or saliva. When there is a lack of certain hormones, these can be administered. Specific forms of therapy are also possible, like couple therapy, masturbation training or making the person aware of the negative thoughts that play a role while making love and influence sexuality. It is important to talk with the partner about the problem.

If you don't want to go to a sexologist yet, try to find solutions together. It sometimes helps if you pay more attention to each other by going out for dinner, giving each other a massage without having to make love, going to the sauna or telling each other what you like while making love.

Read also our articles about orgasm problems , since the same causes can create orgasm problems as lubrication problems.

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