Lube Could Be Your Key To Better Orgasms — Here’s What You Need To Know
Vaginal dryness, while more likely to occur during and after menopause, affects the vagina at all ages. In fact, 13-31% of women experience some form of routine dryness, according to 2018 data from medical journal Integrative Medicine. Naturally, there are a number of factors that might lead to dryness: Dr. Karen Duncan, OBGYN and assistant professor at NYU Langone Health says that hormonal contraceptives, certain medications, and the act of breastfeeding can all contribute to the sensation. But dryness can still occur sans outside factors — and contrary to popular belief, it doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with how turned on a person might be. “There’s this misconception that if you have enough foreplay, then you shouldn’t need lube,” she says. “But that’s not the case either.” 

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