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With Your Partner: Let’s Talk About Sex!

With Your Partner: Let’s Talk About Sex!

Sexual partners have a very unique and important role with our yonis.  The direct contact with such a powerful, yet susceptible area can impact our yonis in several ways.  Obviously, on one end of the spectrum, they can bring pleasure, joy and exhilaration. However, on the other end, they have the potential to bring not so desired things, such as sexually transmitted diseases and less than ideal health to our yonis.  The way that their body chemistry interacts with our yonis must also be highly considered.

Your yoni should always feel good after intercourse.  Itchiness, pain or any bad feeling typically indicates some sort of allergy- to the contraception you are using, or to your partner’s semen, or seminal fluids.  Listen to your yoni.  It will indicate to you whether you two are really a good match… at least in that department!

Love being a woman,

Dr. Danett

1 comment

  1. Comment by Chenying

    Chenying December 20, 2015 at 2:47 am

    first question;true. if you have the imimnuty from the first one, it is more difficult to get the second one. but not impossible.if HSV1 (the oral kind) gets into your crotch area, it will live along the nerves in your body down there. if hsv2 comes along and wants to live there it has to dislodge the first one. so it also makes it more difficult.HSV2 orally, even more unlikely. HSV2 doesn’t like to live in that area so it’ll probably die off.But none of the above is guaranteed. there is still a chance.when you’re 45 years old:90% of the poplulation has HSV1. most of them don’t know it.60% of the population has HSV2, most don’t know it.keep a supply of L-Lysine on hand. it works great.

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