Why do womens vaginas get wet
Getting wet is not only an essential part of sex— it's also one of the most fun. Cis women all know and feel when it's happening, but most of us don't know very much about what's actually going on downstairs. But if you've ever wondered " Why do I get wet when I'm turned on? Not in a "holding a hand mirror in the bathroom" way, but feel free to give that a go!
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For women, vaginal lubrication is an important part of sexual arousal. It readies the vagina for penetration, making it easier for the penis to enter and reducing any accompanying friction or irritation. Pain during intercourse is often caused by inadequate lubrication. Lubrication usually occurs naturally, but some women become more lubricated than others. Lubrication can also be a matter of preference.
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Vaginal discharge is fluid—usually white or clear—that comes out of the vagina. Most women have vaginal discharge. Some women have discharge every day, while other women only have discharge occasionally. If the discharge changes color, smells different, or gets heavier, then you may have a problem such as an infection.
Vaginal discharge, cervical fluid, and arousal fluid: are they all the same thing? Not quite. Here, we explain how they vary, how to identify each one, and what you should do if your vaginal fluid starts to look, smell, or feel abnormal.
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