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Do vaginal creams really work? How can you have a better orgasm? Dr. Trina Read weighs in.


Sex and relationship expert, Dr. Trina Read, is ready to answer your questions.

I want to try a vaginal tightening cream, but wanted to make sure they work before buying.

The short answer is "no" they don’t work. It’s just something else in a long list of things to make women feel insecure about their sexuality.

Here’s what vaginal tightening creams do to make you believe they work. Some numb the vagina making it so you don’t become fully aroused. That means you’re less lubricated causing more friction which can make it feel tighter, but also more uncomfortable.


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