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Have You Ever Experienced Vaginal Dryness? If you have, you know exactly how painful that feels when you try to be intimate with your partner. The pain can feel like a knife or some other strange and/or sharp object is in your vagina – where it should not be! If it is not painful, it may be itchy, stinging, burning or may even bleed! So, What Do You Do? You AVOID having intimate relations or you end up experimenting with all kinds of expensive oils and commercial products just trying to get some relief! You start having doubts of whether or not you are a “good” partner. But you... (Read More ...)

Which vaginal lubricant for you?  Be aware of what products you are using! Are you kidding me?  A recall on over 69,000 units of a product made for vaginal dryness that has been approved by the FDA?  How can you trust what is on the shelves in the drugstore?  Isn’t it a scary thing to be using a product that you trust is okay to use, just to find out it may not be? Dr. Seibel (in the article below) is recommending another alternative to the one recalled – Replens!  Have you ever checked the ingredients in this lubricant?  It is not one I would use or recommend for your delicate... (Read More ...)

Have You Experienced Having Painful Sex? There can be a number of reasons when you are having painful sex.  The best thing you can do is try to find the cause.  You could just stop having sexual relations but that doesn’t solve the problem.  The pain can be that bad that you really feel like that is the answer at times. It may be that you need medical treatment or it may be that you are menopausal age.  Here is an informative article about the reasons women would have painful sex and what can be done about it.  Just don’t ignore the pain. Not long after going through menopause,... (Read More ...)

Are you being “bugged” by your partner to be intimate but you just don’t feel like it?   Is it because you discovered since entering menopause, sex has become too painful? Do you wish you felt like it, but it hurts too badly causing it to be a turn off?  Are you afraid to tell your husband/partner – fearing he won’t understand?  Which came first?   The pain and lack of lubrication or the lack of desire? From my experience, I think it all goes hand-in-hand.  If you find it painful to have intimacy because of having a challenge with vaginal dryness, then of course... (Read More ...)

What Is Vaginal Dryness?  A declining estrogen level, (less estrogen production) is the most common cause of vaginal dryness. This leads to thinning and drying of the vaginal wall, which causes sexual intimacy to become painful. You may find yourself trying to avoid sexual relations with your partner just because it has become painful and you don’t know why or what you can do about it. The latest statistics show: ·    95% of all adult women suffer from occasional vaginal dryness. The birth of a child, stress and diet are common factors. ·    Vaginal dryness affects 50% of post-menopausal... (Read More ...)

When looking for a cream or lotion for vaginal dryness, I made a list. The list consisted of creams I had read about that were recommended to menopausal women.  I looked at the local drug store first, thinking that they were all about the same.  I came to the conclusion they were not all about the same.  And there was quite a difference in pricing. I wanted to make sure whatever I chose, I would be happy with. But how do you ever know that unless you have someone recommend one to you they have used and are happy with? I started to look at the ingredients. For some reason, I ended up not buying... (Read More ...)