vaginal lubricant

vaginal lubricant

an ointment or cream used to reduce friction in the vagina.

vaginal lubricant

A fluid, usually a water-soluble ointment or cream, used to reduce vaginal dryness or sexual friction. As a lubricant, petroleum jelly is of little or no value. Estrogen-containing vaginal creams reduce friction-associated discomfort related to postmenopausal atrophy. A natural and effective lubricant is human saliva.
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Creme de la Femme is an oil-based, chemical-free vaginal lubricant and moisturizer that's safe for any woman.
Dyspareunia symptoms and severity were self-reported, and use of a non-hormonal vaginal lubricant was permitted as needed.
When Haase's team mixed glycerol monolaurate with vaginal lubricant and applied it to the vaginas of 5 macaques, they found that the animals resisted infection, even after repeated exposure to SIV.
Shared vaginal toys and the use of vaginal lubricant were still associated with a nonsignificant doubling of risk.
Use a water-based vaginal lubricant (not petroleum jelly) or a vaginal estrogen cream or tablet to help with vaginal discomfort.
For Bradley Pharmaceuticals, newly sexually active men have created a new batch of customers for its vaginal lubricant.
developer of over-the-counter women's reproductive health products, has patented a new reusable "showerhead" vaginal applicator, which it plans to distribute with its FDA-cleared personal vaginal lubricant and candidate microbicide, Amphora.
Loss of hormones can cause vaginal dryness and make sex without a vaginal lubricant uncomfortable.
In June, Instead announced plans to market Amphora as a vaginal lubricant in the United States beginning in January 2004.
It feels just like a woman's natural vaginal lubricant, and SYLK has a slightly acidic ph balance (between 4.