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How to get even
wetter (written by Yvonne Fulbright, MS.Ed.)
I have a problem while having sex with my boyfriend, he would be all excited and
wet and I would be excited but not wet, eventually he would enter, have the time
of his life, has an orgasm, and I fake it sometimes. Want I wanted to know is
what is my problem? And how can I help it? My second problem anytime we have sex
maybe a day or two later my vagina would become irritated. I was wondering why
is this happen to me, this is causing a problem between the two of us because
sometimes I just don't want to have sex with him and he is so sweet. Please help
us. Will try anything!
Dear Will Try Anything,
A likely reason for you having trouble getting wet during sex is that not enough
foreplay – or arousal time – is taking place. It takes longer for women to
get their juices going than it does for men. You and your boyfriend should spend
more time getting you turned on. Play with your clitoris more. Have him tap into
your G-spot. Use sex toys or pornography for extra stimulation. Furthermore, use
some lubrication, like KY jelly, during sex play, and on his penis and/or
condom. If none of that works, then you may want to evaluate your sexual
feelings for him. Are you attracted to him? Does he turn you on? Why are you in
a relationship with this guy and sleeping with him?
Also, you’re not doing yourself a favor by faking. Your boyfriend can’t help
you out if he thinks that you’re having an orgasm. Let him know that you’re
not getting wet and that this is impacting your ability to have an orgasm. Have
him slow down in his pleasure and desire to reach an orgasm and let you “catch
up.” Of all the ways to help a woman reach orgasm, a partner slowing down his
own arousal is most effective.
About your vaginal irritation after sex… If you’re using condoms, you may be
allergic to latex. If you’re having unprotected sex, you may be allergic to
his sperm. If you’re using spermicide, you may have a spermicide allergy.
Depending on what kind of vaginal irritation you’re talking about, your
irritation may be due to vigorous thrusting, or the dryness you’re complaining
about. Yvonne K. Fulbright, MS.Ed.