Our expert says:
You are most definitely not the only women that experience too much wetness during sexual intercourse. It is however important to firstly ensure that you do not have an underlying infection that could contribute to the excessive wetness – infections are mostly easily treatable. If you are infection free and your hormones are well balanced, you can also speak to your doctor about treatment. Botox injections into the vaginal wall have been reported to lessen the wetness. So does certain medicines used off-label (these are normally the ones reporting sexual dysfunction as a side effect). Congestion medicines that dry you up may help. Long term use of drugs are however not healthy. Some Birth control pills might also be able to help.
Furthermore it might be helpful to read the following links as it contains some interesting reading that might assist your understanding -http://www.livestrong.com/article/23028-can-cause-increase-vaginal-discharge/; http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/sexandrelationships/female_ejaculation.htm
When you say you get "too wet," it sounds as if you might be describing female ejaculation or G-spot orgasms, which can cause women to become very wet. (Some women describe the wetness as a glass of water being spilled across the bed!) Many men find this ejaculation and wetness to be highly erotic. However, if your husband is disturbed by it, you can remedy the situation by having intercourse first and then having him help you climax, either through manual or oral stimulation. This might help prevent your genitals from becoming as lubricated during intercourse, since you will not reach orgasm until afterward.
For further information please consult SASHA’s website at www.sexualhealth.qw.co.za/dru. For referral to a professional in your vicinity, please send an email to email@example.com.
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