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Vaginal lubrication is the process by which natural fluid is secreted by the vaginal walls in response to sexual arousal or stimulation. This natural lubrication serves to reduce friction during sexual activity, making intercourse more pleasurable and comfortable for both partners.

The amount of vaginal lubrication can vary depending on a variety of factors, including hormonal fluctuations, medication use, and age. Women may also experience changes in vaginal lubrication during pregnancy, menopause, or other times of hormonal change.

In addition to natural lubrication, there are a variety of lubricants available on the market that can be used during sexual activity to enhance comfort and pleasure. These lubricants can be water-based, oil-based, or silicone-based, and can come in a variety of textures and flavours to suit individual preferences.

It is important to note that vaginal dryness or inadequate lubrication can cause discomfort or pain during sexual activity. If this is the case, it is recommended to speak with a healthcare provider to rule out any underlying medical conditions and to discuss possible treatment options, such as hormone therapy or the use of vaginal moisturizers or lubricants.

See also

Category: Vagina and Vulva

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