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I've been having trouble when I'm with my boyfriend, I keep getting wet a lot. We haven't had sex, nor does he know I have this problem. Is there a way to stop getting wet when I'm with him? We've been together for 10 months and it's getting annoying having to try to keep a distance from him and stuff. It's embarrassing as well.
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Hi there! Why don't you check this article out?

It's pretty normal for what you're describing to happen. I'd say it's a good sign that you have "chemistry" with your boyfriend.

Just FYI, it's also normal for some people to have this all the time (assuming no burning/itching/other symptoms), even if they're not doing something sexy, like just working or going to school. Some people are just wetter than average.


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Being wet definitely isn't anything you need to be embarrassed about at all. It's just your body's sign that you are turned on or aroused. It's a natural, normal occurance, especially when you are with your partner. When you are sexually aroused, your body makes it's own lubrication. It could be compared to when a guy becomes turned on and gets an erection, alike, women become wet. It's completely normal. There's nothing that I'm aware of to stop this, though some birth controls can cause vaginal dryness.
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And Kiya, if and when you ever do start having intercourse, I promise you will be grateful to get wet so easily! Getting wet is a wonderful thing!
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