Sexual Lubricant Production Is Reduced In Women?
Afternoon … 18-year-old woman, newly married. It’s been 2 months, why during sexual intercourse, I do not ejaculate fluid huh? Even though before marriage can be during masturbation, is there a disease factor or what? thank you
Thank you for the question.
So far, whether women experience ejaculation as men are still a lot of debate. However, most experts agree that ejaculation is only experienced by men. Being in women, who came out during a climax when given sexual stimulation is more accurately referred to as vaginal lubricating fluid, not ejaculatory fluid.
Habit aroused by sexual fantasies that are often excessive and very pleasant when masturbating can make you easily feel bored when given sexual stimulation when having sex with a partner who is generally not as beautiful and not as pleasant as the fantasy. As a result, you will be more difficult to be aroused, and sexual lubricant will also be more difficult to produce.
Not only that, the lack of sexual lubricant production that you experience can also be caused by other factors, such as stress, fatigue, hormonal fluctuations (such as when going or menstruating, when using certain birth control), minimal partner knowledge regarding sexual relations and sexual satisfaction points opposite sex, drug influence, irritation or allergy around the genitals (for example due to the use of sexual lubricants, soap, fragrances, or improper spermicide), or many other possible triggers.
The good, you first overcome your condition by:
No longer masturbating
Not too fond of watching porn
Improve your communication with your partner, including by being open with each other about the sex techniques they like most
Live a healthy lifestyle every day
Don't be stressed out, anxious, or overly sad
Do not take any drugs, herbs, or any supplements
Always keep your sex organs clean
Expand to eat fruits rich in vitamin C and other antioxidants
If the steps above have not been able to resolve your complaint, do not hesitate to check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician.
I hope this helps.