Thursday, April 10, 2008

Vaginal dryness

Instead of estrogen as normally prescribed by doctor, many women recommend the following substitutions to combat vaginal dryness:

* Olive oil: It's for normal consumption so it is safe to apply. The only drawback is that it is oil-based so it does not go well with latex condoms.

* Vitamin E: Remove the oil from the capsule and use it for lubrication. Again it is oil-based. It may weaken the effectiveness of latex condoms.

* Albolene: It is a moisturizing cleanser that contains mineral oil, petrolatum, paraffin, ceresin and beta-carotene. It is not recommended to be used with condoms.

* Sylk: It is an extract from kiwi-fruit vine and citrus seed. It also contains vegetable glycerine. Since it is water-based it does not interfere with latex condoms.

* Aloe Vera gel: It is normally used to heal burns and reduce skin irritation. It turns out to be an effective lubricant for intimacy.

4 comments:

  1. There is a herb supplement named Sentia which consists all necessary substances. It really treats vaginal dryness. I don't feel pain during sex because I have enough lubricant.

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  2. I have tried Sentia a year ago. It seems to me that this drug is the only way to influence vaginal dryness.

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  3. I took Sentia to be able to orgasm, this is a worthwhile thing. What I like is the so-called prolonged action.

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  4. Thank you Capitona. Sentia helped me. I had a course of it and last time I had sex I reached my big "O".

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