• Reaction to anal lube

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    Lofty 87 [sign in to see picture]
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    Hi everyone, just wondered if anyone else has had a reaction to the Lovehoney Discover Anal Lube? I put a drop on my girlfriends bum and she had to clean it off as it stung! I've used it and never had this, had anybody else? Thanks

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    Quiet ones are worse! [sign in to see picture]
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    Is there a chance there was a small cut there? from earlier play? that may explain it, one of our flavoured lubes isn't as good with a similar issue, try a different one(lube) or retry after say a week?

    We tend to use this for most things http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=20167 a good all rounder.

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    NEvans [sign in to see picture]
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    I have not used the Lovehoney lube although I find that lots of lubes sting during anal sex, it took me quite a while to find one that didnt

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    It gives me a tingly/burning reaction (which can feel like stinging) when I first apply it because of the aloe vera. If she has never used a lube with aloe vera in it before that could be worth considering.

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    Lofty 87 [sign in to see picture]
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    Thank you very much for you're reply's. I think we will have a look at some different lubes, maybe something from the JO range which we use for vaginal play.

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    Yea, I get the same problem with some lubes, although not tried the LH discover lube. Silicone works best for me, don't get the burning with it.

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    Quiet ones are worse! wrote:

    Is there a chance there was a small cut there? from earlier play? that may explain it, one of our flavoured lubes isn't as good with a similar issue, try a different one(lube) or retry after say a week?

    We tend to use this for most things http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=20167 a good all rounder.

    Everyone is different, what works for some people may not be the best and most comfy choice for others. This particular lube has left me with a bit of stinging and a mild case of UTI...

    Try out different brands and various products to figure out what is your body most comfortable with...

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    I reacted to this lube when we bought it for anal it felt like it was burning so I bought the maximus lube which has been great x

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    Maximus is our lube of choice. It doesn't sting either of us at all.

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    Yes I agree this brand is a good consistency for anal much better than Glide which I find too thin, but I find it does stings slightly until I am used to it, am very new at this though.

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    I find a lot of lubes give an unpleasant stinging sensation. I'd shop around for a brand that suits as we all have different sensitivities to ingredients in them.

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