Which vaginal lubricants do you prefer?
A vaginal lubrication can make or break a woman’s pleasure, according to a new study.
The research, published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, examined the effects of vaginal lubricating on vaginal pleasure in the context of a sexual relationship.
“The idea that a woman will have a more pleasurable vaginal experience if she’s using a vaginal lubricator than if she hasn’t is not supported by the evidence,” said lead author Dr. Linda Gagliardi, a clinical assistant professor of sexual health at the University of New Hampshire.
“A vagina is not a ‘pleasure machine’ in and of itself.
There are other factors that can be involved in that.
For example, the vaginal canal and its ability to dilate.
The vaginal pH is different between people.
We can’t measure the pH in a woman because it’s not detectable.”
Gaglia’s team wanted to know whether vaginal lubricators were actually more pleasurably effective than other vaginal lubrications.
To do this, the researchers tested 100 women using the Vibrant Lab, a vaginal plug, and 10 women using vaginal lubricated with silicone gel.
They then compared their vaginal lubricatory effect on vaginal sensations and pleasure.
The researchers found that vaginal lubricates did indeed help women to have more pleasural vaginal experiences.
The study also found that women who used vaginal lubricers also reported feeling more aroused.
But, the study didn’t find any difference in the effectiveness of vaginal and vaginal-only lubricants.
The new study was the first to examine the effects on the body of vaginal-based lubricants and found that the vaginal-type lubricants, such as the gel, did not significantly reduce vaginal pain or reduce sexual satisfaction.
Instead, it found that it reduced overall vaginal sensation and satisfaction.
“It’s a bit surprising, to say the least, because the vaginal lubricate industry claims to be the ‘most effective’ and the ‘safest’ to use,” said Gagciardi.
“But the results suggest that if a woman is using a lubricant, the results are going to be a lot more varied and a lot less consistent.
That’s a concern for anyone who uses a lot of different lubricants.”
It also suggests that the vagina is more important than the vagina’s surface and that it’s up to the individual to decide if she wants to use a lubrication that helps her have a better vaginal experience.
And the study did find that the gel lubricant was more effective at relieving pain and increased vaginal lubricity than the vaginal type.
But the study’s authors caution that there is no clear indication that vaginal-style lubricants have the same effectiveness as vaginal-infused lubricants in preventing or treating pain.
In addition, there is not enough evidence to conclude that vaginal orifice and lubrication are equally effective.
“I’m not convinced that there’s a one-to-one correlation,” said Dr. James Bowers, the director of the Women’s Health Research Center at New York University School of Medicine.
“There is a lot that we don’t know.
There’s a lot we don, we don