How much did you use at a time?
How do you use it (do you somehow insert it like PreSeed or use it more on the outside like K-Y)?
Did it stain your sheets?
Did it feel too oily even after a shower?
Did it work?
Thank you. : )
Asked by Anonymous at 2:30 AM on Jun. 10, 2010 in Trying to Conceive
Answer by _mimimosley_ at 4:46 AM on Jun. 10, 2010
Answer by Anonymous at 6:56 AM on Jun. 10, 2010
Anyone who has been on certain fertility drugs knows that some of them can cause vaginal dryness, which makes baby making painful. Thus the need for a lube!
There have been studies done that show canola oil is not hostile toward sperm as commercial lubes are. Link here.
The results of the study showed that commercial lubricants inhibited sperm motility by 60-100% after 60 minutes of incubation. Sperm exposed to Replens or Astroglide were nonmotile and nonviable after incubation for 60 minutes. Canola oil had no detrimental effects in terms of sperm viability and motility.
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