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Vaginal dryness and atrophy can lead to intimacy issues. Vaginal dryness can be a common side effect of some chemo treatments and radiotherapy to the vaginal area, but it can be left undiscussed if you are not comfortable talking to your doctor.
The Yes Water-Based Organic Intimate Lubricant has been designed to reduce irritation and dryness. It is Gynaecologist recommended and pH match; allowing you to continue being intimate without worry.
- No smell, no taste, no stickiness
- pH matched
- Intensely hydrating
Applicator not included. If needed, you can purchase the Yes Water-Based Organic Intimate Lubricant - 6 x 5ml Applicators here.
Why do people living with cancer recommend this product?"It makes me feel free, and attractive, because Yes makes it possible to continue and enjoy sexuality."
Why does chemotherapy cause vaginal dryness?
Many people living with cancer will experience changes in their sex life. It’s normal to have a lower sex drive, particularly if you’re suffering difficult physical symptoms such as fatigue and nausea post-treatment. It’s also possible that the emotions that accompany a cancer diagnosis can have a bearing on your sex drive.
Certain chemo drugs can bring about early menopause for some. This might lead to any of the following symptoms:
• Vaginal dryness
• Hot flushes
• Decreased sex drive
• Mood swings and feeling down
• Low energy
Some women find that vaginal dryness brought about my early menopause causes them discomfort in sex. This is because lower levels of estrogen in the body cause pH levels to change from acidic to alkaline, which strips moisture from the vagina.
Whilst these changes can be disheartening, try to remember that they’re only temporary and they shouldn’t change your sex life in the long-term.
What are my options for relieving vaginal dryness?
Fortunately there are lots of different options that can help you maintain a healthy sex life during or post treatment. If you’ve recently finished chemotherapy treatment, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is something you might want to discuss with your doctor. This can help restore healthy levels of estrogen and restore moisture to the vagina.
Otherwise, there are a number creams that your doctor can provide on prescription to help replenish estrogen levels.
On a day-to-day basis, many people find that investing in a good, natural lubricant such as Yes Lubricant can help restore pleasure and comfort in sex.
Why choose Yes Lubricant?
Certified organic and containing only natural ingredients, Yes Lubricant is free from harsh chemicals usually found in standard lubricants. In fact, Yes Lubricant even helps to restore healthy pH in the vagina which can help prevent thrush and UTI’s.
What’s the different between vaginal moisturisers and lubricants?
Lubricants such as WB Yes Lubricant are designed to act as a substitute for the body’s own lubrication, providing comfort to enhance intimate moments. Vaginal moisturisers can be used on an ongoing basis to help restore moisture to the vagina longer term.
How do I use Yes Lubricant?
Apply roughly one teaspoon of lubricant to the areas that are causing you dryness, and reapply as often as needed.
Is Water Based Yes Lubricant compatible with condoms?
Yes - Yes Lubricant can be used safely with condoms.
What are the ingredients?
YES WB water based personal lubricant is made from organic Aloe Vera, a renowned skin food; from organic Flax extract which is particularly beneficial for the mucous membranes and from three synergistic plant based gums – guar, locust bean and xanthan, all of which contribute to the deep velvety texture. Food grade preservatives are included, and citric acid to buffer the pH.
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