Our expert says:
Wetness is definitely a sign of being very aroused, and therefore can be a positive sign. Like the response from the other person, I'd encourage you to try using your pelvic floor muscles (search 'kegels exercises' on google to find instructions - it's not a difficult thing to learn) to increase the tone and your sensation during intercourse. If you continue to struggle after this, you could speak to your GP to see if there is something you can take that might reduce vaginal lubrication - but this is a last resort. Whatever you do, do not try to use your one chemical remedy to do this- wipe with a tissue/towel if you must, but nothing inside the vagina.
Claire - SASHA
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