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My wife is very dry when we have sex...why is this?

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Question - (11 January 2010) 8 Answers - (Newest, 14 January 2010)
A female Eritrea age 36-40, *esme writes:

Dear sir/Madam when I had sexual intercourse with my wife the vagina of my wife it is become very Dry I can not move my penis in side the vagina so what you suggest me for my wife she has to go to doctor to check this thing please let me know

Mesme

Thank you

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A female reader, Mesme Eritrea +, writes (14 January 2010):

Mesme is verified as being by the original poster of the question

thanks i will do it

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A female reader, Mesme Eritrea +, writes (14 January 2010):

Mesme is verified as being by the original poster of the question

thanks i will do it

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A female reader, Basschick Australia +, writes (11 January 2010):

Basschick agony auntHopefully you're not just rushing to satisfy yourself, but taking time to make sure she is aroused. Hormonal changes in women can sometimes cause this. Just use lubricant and it'll make a huge difference.

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A male reader, bharat mehta India +, writes (11 January 2010):

bharat mehta agony aunt 'Aussie girl's answer is perfect. I am adding some definition and some scientific fact about 'foreplay'

Foreplay exclude one thing: Pumping like movement to male sex organ which resulted in ejaculation.

Male organ can be deal with above way, {pumping movement] through vaginal penetration, anal penetration, through manual [hand], through oral...and it is not 'foreplay'. All the rest is foreplay lead by male and female in couple or even in group setting to bring: not ejaculation, but then what?

Then why foreplay? you may wonder! What special thing foreplay bring? Do it bring special lubricant in female vagina? you may ask. Only one thing it bring to both mind...male and female also. Pl. note, I am saying 'mind' and not female. It bring sexually charge current with some pressure. Such current is very material it flow like silent water flow in lake or deep water in river. Male and female body respond such current in supreme matching, with superb integrity, and unbelievable pleasure mind feel...when foreplay is played in systematic order. Such pleasure is expressed symbolically. 'LIGHT' is the symbol, that express that 'spiritual pleasure'. Light came from fire {desire}, and it is desire both is required to learn before they start 'foreplay'.

Anyway, if you feel more curiosity about my answer, then please feel free to communicate with me. It will be my delight to enlighten you or anyone who wish.

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A male reader, DoubleM United States +, writes (11 January 2010):

DoubleM agony auntPossibly not enough foreplay. She may simply not be "turned on" enough before you engage in intercourse.

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A female reader, Not My Name Australia +, writes (11 January 2010):

Not My Name agony auntAccording to some of my older friends, dryness (and loss of libido) can be symptomatic of the onset of menopause, so depending on her age, that could be the reason.

Alternatively, she nay need to be more aroused/ stimulated by other methods (foreplay) before attempting penetration.

If all else fails, use some lubricant.

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A female reader, smile :) United Kingdom +, writes (11 January 2010):

smile :) agony auntPossibly she has an infection? I'm sure the doctors could help, it may be a side affect to some medication she is on.

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A female reader, Aussie girl Australia +, writes (11 January 2010):

Aussie girl agony auntWomen's bodies produce their own lubricant especially when aroused. Are you doing enough foreplay? Kissing, touching, oral etc..

There is no need to see a doctor just make sure you are arousing her and not just shoving it in, and if foreplay still doesn't work then you may need to buy a lubricant designed for sexual intercourse.

Just remember foreplay, foreplay, foreplay, your wife will love it! Good Luck

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