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Re: dryness

Postby missyqiqi » Tue, 20 Dec 2016 9:50 am

missyqiqi wrote:
JWilliamson wrote:Many women are not familiar with their bodies and how to feel pleasure. so they get nervous and dont lubricate themselfs. many women cant even have an orgasm.


haha very true with this. maybe its asian too.

i mean i am still quite uncomfortable with buying even ky jelly from retail stores.
lol. for a long time now, i am buying them online. even when i can be using ky jelly for other non-sexual reasons

this is my ky jelly online buying. HAHAHA
http://seniorcare.com.sg/product/durex-ky-jelly-100g-personal-gel-lubricant/



btw, just curious does anyone know what does KY stands for in KY jelly?

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Re: Trying To Conceive (TTC) - Lubricants and Dryness Issues...

Postby torileetorilee » Mon, 31 Jul 2017 4:18 pm

mohan02 wrote:What is the prevelance of women suffering from dryness, especially women who are trying to conceive.

I have read widely that all commercially available lubricants are harmful to sperms and may contribute to infertility further while trying to alleviate the dryness issue.

What are your thoughts...



All I know is that the drop-in estrogen levels decrease the amount of moisture available. It also makes the vagina thinner and less elastic. Regarding vaginal lubricants, I know that there was a study that it can harm sperm and interfere with the conception. My husband and I are having problems making a baby as well. I suggest you visit my doctor www.anntan.com.sg
I’m sure she’ll be a big help.

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Re: Trying To Conceive (TTC) - Lubricants and Dryness Issues...

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Mon, 31 Jul 2017 8:57 pm

torileetorilee wrote:
mohan02 wrote:What is the prevelance of women suffering from dryness, especially women who are trying to conceive.

I have read widely that all commercially available lubricants are harmful to sperms and may contribute to infertility further while trying to alleviate the dryness issue.

What are your thoughts...



All I know is that the drop-in estrogen levels decrease the amount of moisture available. It also makes the vagina thinner and less elastic. Regarding vaginal lubricants, I know that there was a study that it can harm sperm and interfere with the conception. My husband and I are having problems making a baby as well. I suggest you visit my doctor
I’m sure she’ll be a big help.


I'm pretty sure you are spamming. Two posts, this one of dredging up a thread that is 7 years old. I cannot see any reason for doing so. Therefore I reckon we will not be seen any more posts from you flogging a certain doctor, will we......

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Re: Trying To Conceive (TTC) - Lubricants and Dryness Issues...

Postby BerythaBeasley » Fri, 18 May 2018 6:47 pm

Is 26 too young to start trying to get pregnant?
I'm happily married for 3 years now, I have some major medical issues that might prevent me from having a child... but I still think I'm too young... despite the fact that its either I try to conceive for a year or I have my insides cleared out after I turn 27..pakistan election 2018. my Mom was 34 before I was born and I'm the oldest. My Grandmothers were also in their 30's before they had children. Should I even consider trying at this age... especially when it feels forced due to medical problems... endometeriosis and pcos as well as the major surgery I just had that removed 1 ovary... is 26 too young?
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Re: Trying To Conceive (TTC) - Lubricants and Dryness Issues...

Postby BBCDoc » Fri, 18 May 2018 11:13 pm

Saw some recent news about PCOS - they may have found the likely biological cause. Nonetheless, suffers may have more success in conceiving during later life than early.




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