Up until two days ago I have been the opposite of dry, but the last two days I have had much less moisture in that area. my midwife isn't concerned because that's my only symptom, but this is my first pregnancy and I am just trying to get some reassurance that someone else has encountered this. Thanks so much in advance!
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It could be a hormonal side effect. I'd not worry unless it is causing discomfort and in that case, perhaps a topical lubricant as needed.
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If your midwife isn't concerned, I wouldn't worry. Are you uncomfortable? If you are, I would suggest rubbing some coconut oil on the area. And I don't know if you experience dryness during sex, but if you do coconut oil can help with that too.
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