Friday, October 7, 2016

heath notice - your allergies and how it impacts your sex life

I have been doing a lot of research and studying on how everyday items can impact your sex drive and your body's ability to produce enough lubrication.
todays topic is the dreaded allergies. here in East Texas they have hit with a powerful punch again. most of us reach for an OTC (over the counter) medication to help with the running nose, sneezing and other annoying issues that come with allergies.
for most these meds do a wonderful job with helping dry up the nasal cavities but did you know that it also dries up your other orifices (ie. your vaginal opening) which can make sex very painful and even dangerous!
females: have you ever urinated after sex and it burn some? that pain is from tiny tares in the vaginal canal caused from friction (not enough lubrication) these tiny tares can lead to infections (just like cuts on any part of your body) I personally don't want an infection anywhere on my body but defiantly not in my girl parts!!!
so how do you prevent this while still taking meds for your allergies??? don't worry there is a way to still enjoy sex and have some relief from the sneezing, itchy watery eyes and the runny nose!
it is a GOOD quality lubrication. I strongly suggest Just Like Me as it is a 24 hour water based lubricant. however there are many options so I suggest you find one that works best for you and use it every time you engage in any sexual activity (be it with a partner or self masturbation)
if you are looking to invest in some lubrication for the 1st time, need to reorder some or if you are wanting to find a new lubrication I would be happy to help you find the one that is right for you!!
you can see what Pure Romance offers at
or feel free to call or text me to discuss at 903-721-9671

Much Love,
Melinda Eason

* disclaimer - I am not a nurse or doctor and all research done is thru accredited sites and books. please seek medical advise from your doctor or gynecologist if you have any pain or questions regarding your sexual health.

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