Doctors are commonly recommending small vibrators and or dilator kits for women these days and we often hear from women in their 50's and 60's that they have no idea what to look for or how to even use a vibrator? These are such common and understandable questions to have, you are not alone. Penetrative sex and oral sex are great but many women find that it is uncomfortable to them due to vaginal dryness or pain during intercourse. Having a vibrator in these situations can make a woman feel more in control of her pleasure or at least have a better understanding of it. Using vibrators can also help tremendously for couples who are struggling with erectile dysfunction.
Having pain free penetration is possible. Dilation kits are often proscribed by doctors for women who suffer with Vaginal Atrophy, but slim and slender vibrators can also be used internally. Experimenting with vibrators can help her become for comfortable with this sort of play again.
If you are looking to achieve more orgasmic intercourse vibrators can be used during intercourse to provide extra stimulation for women. Using a vibrator can also lead to discovering new erotic zones!! Exploring those pleasure spots on the clitoris and vulvar areas can lead to discovering what feels best for her and what sort of intensity works best which can be beneficial information to share with your partner.
- Use a lubricant, even if you don't think you need to, using a lubricant can help a vibrator glide nice and smoothly instead of tugging at the skin. Lubricant can also help with vaginal dryness.
- It isn't always best to go straight to the clitoris. The clitoris can be very sensitive and become overstimulated. Start off slowly, using light touches and the lowest speed setting until you feel comfortable with increasing the speed. Focus on the areas around the clitoris first.
- It is important to pay attention to sexual health. When you become aroused, delicate vaginal tissues become engorged with blood. Self pleasure is important to sexual health.
- A lot of women often look for sizes that are comparable to previous partners. Especially for women who experience pain during intercourse or who have Vaginal atrophy you should choose something small. if you are being recommended by a doctor don't be ashamed to ask what size would be preferable for you. Not everyone is the same.