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4 Things You Shouldn't Use As A Lubricant When Getting Intimate With Your Partner

It is possible for some women to have dryness of the priv*te organ when attempting to have s*xual relations with their spouse. Because there is no lubrication to assist the man's priv*te organ during intim*cy, it can be difficult for the woman to engage in intim*te relations with him. However, there are some items that people may desire to use as lubricants, but they could wind up causing irritation and infection as a result.

People should avoid using the following four items as lubricants during intimate encounters, according to this article. This list includes the following items:

1. Vaseline

In one study, women who used vaseline as lubricant ended up with bacterial vaginosis, which is an infection, as a result of the practice. If you carefully read the label of a vaseline, you will see that it specifies that it should be applied on the body's external portions.

2. Lotion or cream

In addition to causing irritation to your priv*te organ, using body lotions as a kind of lubricant has been linked to the development of infections. Some lotions contain preservatives and scents, such as parabens, that are harmful to the skin. The private org*n of a woman should not be exposed to perfume or chemicals at any time.

3. Saliva

Using saliva as a lubricant is dangerous because it increases the risk of contracting or passing an infection acquired via intim*cy. In accordance with a recent study, those who use saliva as a type of lubricant during intercourse are more likely to contract gonorrhea or possibly develop a yeast infection.

4. Baby oil

The use of baby oil as a lubricant during intimacy is not recommended due to the fact that it can induce infection, dissolve the latex of a cond*m and cause it to leak, and it can cause poisoning if consumed in large quantities.

Use the following lubricants during intim*cy instead of utilizing harmful substances such as alcohol or tobacco: water-based lubricants, oil-based lubricants, and silicone-based lubricants.

Source: MedicalNewsToday

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