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You don’t get wet during sex. What’s wrong and how to fix it

There’s nothing like wet sex to make sex more enjoyable.

Unless you’re wet, sex can be highly uncomfortable or even painful. You’re not the only one who has trouble getting wet; women sometimes experience this. The frustration can be extreme when it seems like guys get hard at the drop of a hat.

If you can’t get wet, there are various ways to fix it.

Does something in particular cause wetness?

There may be a vague understanding of how the sexual response cycle works and the signs of arousal, such as dripping vaginal tissue.

Increased blood flow throughout the body causes many symptoms, not just in the genitals. When men get arousal, they produce an erection. However, women aren’t much different. During this stage, the vagina, vulva, and clitoris become engorged with blood and swollen. There is also genital sensitivity associated with all of this.

Unlike men, women cannot just cycle their blood back into their bodies. A similar reaction to sweating occurs when your body forces moisture from blood plasma to leave the body through vaginal lubrication. This lubricating effect is also attributed to the Bartholin glands. How did it turn out? Wet sex is both pleasurable and pressure-relieving.

Can you describe the appearance of female arousal fluid?

What does it look like? Well, it’s wet. In most cases, it’s clear; however, due to its mixing with cervical fluid and Bartholin gland secretions, it may appear milky. Despite being visible externally, this fluid may not always be detectable.

Women need to become genuinely aroused to get wet, but it is not the only indicator of arousal. You might feel bloated or internally ‘wet’ as blood rushes to your genitals. Reddened skin can make you feel warmer due to a flush spreading over your body. There is a possibility that your heart rate will increase, as well as your breathing rate.

When you think about it, when you think about it from the perspective of arousal, a sense of wetness, especially a sense of wetness within, is not necessarily a good arousal signal. To some extent, there is always moisture in the vagina, and it is probably a mistake for guys to think that they can tell how turned on you are by just putting a finger into your vagina.

However, it is essential to note that getting wet isn’t only a sign of arousal. Using it allows you to experience penetration, whether from your hands, a penis, or even a toy, with more ease and comfort. Several things can go wrong in your body if you are not adequately lubricated. If your vaginal tissue is not properly lubricated, penetration can cause tiny tears, leading to an STI or bacterial infection.

There is also tenting of the vaginal opening to provide more space for penetration during arousal.

Additionally, when you are wet, you can enjoy your sex for longer, which is very important if you or your partner take a little longer to finish and enjoy the experience of your sex.

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