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Psychological Causes of Insufficient Female Vaginal Wetness

Abstract: Psychological causes of insufficient female vaginal wetness may be for example; communication problems, problems of power and lack of confidence. Experiences of incest or other unpleasant sexual experiences may also play a role.

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Psychological Causes of Insufficient Female Vaginal Wetness

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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.

What are the psychological causes of insufficient female vaginal wetness?

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Psychological causes of the vagina not getting wet enough are very common. The love play often doesn't happen as desired. The woman may think that she doesn't get the opportunity to get aroused because her partner comes too fast or she longs for more intimacy while making love. It can also be that the woman doesn't get aroused by stimulation of the vagina, but only of the clitoris. Pain from making love without enough lubrication may limit the ability to get wet at a the next love play. This can even cause chronic pain while making love. Relational problems may also play a role. Communication problems, problems of power and lack of confidence are examples of this. Experiences of incest or other unpleasant sexual experiences may play a role.
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