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Vigorelle FeedbackShare your experience with Vigorelle. What would you tell your best friend about this product? Please remember that we do not give medical advice. That is for your local health care provider, who is familiar with your medical history.
This product is great
What a great product, I have been having problems with vaginal dryness and painful intercourse for a few years now. I have tried at least 12 different creams, lubricant, pills. I just received my vigorelle order two days ago. While my husband was showering, I applied it and in minutes my clit and lips become swollen. I could not wait in had my first of 3 orgasms that night. What a great product my panties are again soaked with my natural lubrication with the slightest naughty thought or touch. Sorry for going so long but this product is great from 1-10 it would be 10+
Not sexually aroused the second time
I am 32 years old I am interested in using vigorelle, however, my concern is that I can't remember ever having a vaginal orgasm, only clitorial. Would vigorelle help in this area? Also, its been quite a while since I had two orgasm and my husband loves to have a second round. During this round I am not sexually aroused, especially to the point where I want to cum. Would vigorelle change all of this for me. He thinks I don't enjoy sex with him but I do the first round is slamming most times (either oral or clitorial) but never vaginal. But after that first cum I loose interest. Is something wrong with me? Concerned...
AskDocWeb: Since you enjoyed the first round then there is probably nothing wrong with you. It's possible that your libido may not be as strong as his libido. It's also possible that you may just take longer to become aroused a second time. If that's the case then Vigorelle may be helpful. Remember that your sex life needs to be fed new experiences once in a while and finding new ways to enjoy each other is a healthy thing to do.
I have problems with intercourse, I just do not enjoy it, it is not pleasurable at all. Would Vigorelle work for g-spot stimulation or is it meant more for clitoral stimulation. If not, what would work for g-spot stimulation, nothing has worked and I hate having a horrible sex life, its ruined my relationship. Thanks.
AskDocWeb: Yes, Vigorelle is designed for vaginal lubrication as well as clitoral and it doesn't take much. A little goes a long way.
Side effects of Vigorelle?
Is there side effect if we use vigorelle for long time?
AskDocWeb: Vigorelle has been on the market for over 7 years and to date no side effects have been reported.
Zystra is the best product I have used.
Worry about allergic reaction
Dear AskDocWeb, I've been suggested to use vigorelle, but i have allergic reaction to some food making urticaria (hives) and asthma. so i worry about using the product. Please help me in this case.
AskDocWeb: According to the manufacturer, Vigorelle is hypoallergenic which means it should not cause any type of allergic reaction to you or to your partner.
Libido pills and libido gels
Can you give comparison esp. On product results and effectiveness between libido pills and libido gels like provestra pills and vigorelle gel and hersolution gel and pills. Which brand and which type pills or gel which one is more effective?
AskDocWeb: The gels seem to be much more effective than the pills. Unfortunately we lack the data to give a side by side comparison.
When used during oral sex will it have a distasteful taste?
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