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Thompson said a major part of her job was helping women understand that “sexuality is connected to good health.”

“While there isn’t a female equivalent for Viagra — the medicine that was a game changer for men with sexual dysfunction — there are many approaches women can take to boost their level of satisfaction.”


What about that sardine smell?

That could be a sign of Bacterial vaginitis. Seek care with your medical provider, it’s easily treated.

Vaginal dryness, what to do?

Try an over the counter WATER based lubricant.  If that doesn’t help then Talk to your provider for other options.

Can taking NyQuil or DayQuil cause vaginal dryness?

Nyquil by itself is not know to cause vaginal dryness. You should seek advice of your health care provider. There are ways to manage this.

I am 29 and during sex with my boyfriend I don’t feel anything.( Even when he does oral sex for me.) What is wrong with me? Please help me. I love him and we have an awesome emotional and physical connection. I don’t want to continue to fake “it” I want to actually feel it. Does anyone know of natural herbs or something that may help?                                                                                                                                                                                                                     This is an arousal disorder. There are ways to help your body respond to intimacy.  It’s important to rule out any medical factors first, then its managed with other types of therapy.

When does a woman know it’s time to see a doctor?

When non-medical methods are no longer working. When their sexual dysfunction is causing a strain on their relationship.

Is there a pill that women can take to increase their sex drive?

There is no magic pill but it can be managed with seeing a provider that specializes in sexual dysfunction

Do you recommend sex toys for married women?

Absolutely! It’s a great way for the couple to become new and inventive. Variety is the spice of life!

I’m 36 years old and female. At the beginning and after sex with my husband my vagina is really sore, like a stinging feeling! Any ideas of what is causing this and what I can do to stop it please?                                                      Try a water based lubricant, maybe try new positions.  If that doesn’t help seek the care of your gyn provider.

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