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“How Do I Prepare For My First Time?” (Mailbag)

“How Do I Prepare For My First Time?” (Mailbag)

Some may think my followers are all about sexuality and naughtiness. However, I also have a lot of readers and fans who aren’t currently in relationships. And some who haven’t even had sex at all. Read on to learn how to prepare for first-time sex.

Just like Doreen, who writes to us today. 

She’s asking for advice on how to prepare herself for her first time… and she’s in her 60s. 

So it’s a BIG moment for her. 

Check out her email and my response below. 

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“Hello, Susan. 

I am a 60-year-old female who has never had sexual intercourse. I’ve never married. I do not have children. I have been post-menopausal for about  4 1/2 years. 

The last couple of times I saw my GYN for routine Pap & Pelvic exams, the process was quite uncomfortable because I’m “so dry.” (The words within the quotation marks were the GYN’s words.) He gave me a script for hormones (estrogen) but I never pursued it secondary to the synthetics contained in the medication. Two summers ago, I pursued bioidentical hormones that were compounded by a compounding pharmacist. That did not last longer than a couple of months secondary to spotting (bleeding) and unusual fatigue. Those symptoms subsided as soon as I discontinued the hormones.

Not long after I discontinued the aforementioned hormones, I learned about the VFit via one of your emails. I have yet to pursue it. 

Something tells me that later this year, I will finally have intercourse for the first time. I’m wondering what is the best way to prepare myself. I know the very first step will be to dilate myself via vaginal dilators. Will the VFit be the next step? Will it be sufficient enough to heal my dry and thin vaginal walls for painless penetration? Or, would the best method of preparation be to pursue an O-Shot followed by the VFit?

Taking the above information into consideration, from the knowledge you’ve gained from others (including medical professionals) coupled with your personal experience with the O-Shot and the VFit, what would be the best avenues to prepare me for painless intercourse?

Thank you in advance for your time and expertise, Susan!” 一 Doreen (not her real name) 

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LEARN HOW TO PREPARE FOR FIRST-TIME SEX

Hi, Doreen. 

I’m glad you have the possibility of having your first lovemaking experience. So exciting!

Please watch my video on How To Lose Your Virginity.

If it were me, I’d do a squirt of these two mixed together as the “lube” for inserting my VFit.

This combination of two estrogens “bi-est” and the DHEA will help plump the vaginal mucosal lining so it’s not as thin and delicate.

Put some on your finger and apply it inside your vagina first before slowly working the VFit inside. Rub it on the VFit head and use the VFit to apply it inside your vagina.

Even if you’re very dry and tight, if you relax, open yourself, and breath deeply into your vagina with a loving breath, you should be able to get the VFit to slowly slide in. Use the above creams liberally so it’s slippery and easy.

The VFit warmth will help the creams absorb and do their job. The vibration will bring blood flow to the tissue for healing and strengthening. And the red light will stimulate new vagina skin growth so your walls are thicker. The VFit with the creams is symbiotic.

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FLOW

In addition, begin taking our FLOW supplement to get blood flow back in your vaginal area. At 60, you will be low on Nitric Oxide which is needed for blood to flow to the vaginal tissue. Take two capsules each night and if you want to top up faster, take 2 capsules a half hour before using your VFit. 

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The VFit, cream, and FLOW will work GREAT for improving lubrication and thickening that delicate tissue.

I also suggest you get a vibrator. The best one for you at this time is the Miss Bi. It’s small and it will help you have clitoral orgasms as well as vaginal orgasms. You want to give yourself orgasms every day if possible. The more orgasms you have before you are intimate with a man, the easier it will be for you to have fun and feel confident and relaxed.

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The Miss Bi will also help you get used to being penetrated.

Within two months you should have a lot more elasticity in your vagina. Take it slow and enjoy your blossoming!

As far as the O Shot, I wouldn’t spend the money on it for now. It’s not going to fix your thinning tissue.

Let me know how you do.

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