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Can you have too much?


The answer in  physiological terms:


      If you're female, probably not – provided you have sufficient lubrication, without which vaginal tissue can be scraped. “Use it or lose it” applies to postmenopausal women who can suffer vaginal atrophy if they stop having sex for a few years.  The consequences are narrowing of the vagina and pain when intercourse is attempted. To avoid irritation during sexual intercourse, when needed, you should supplement your natural lubrication with a non-water based, chemical-free lubricant --- extra virgin coconut oil is a great choice.


      If you're male? You can indeed! - men can damage their penile tissue with too much rough or forceful sex, especially now that drugs such as Viagra and Levitra can allow for more staying power.

-       A penis needs a “flaccidity break” to replenish its blood with oxygen – no new blood flows to the penis during thrusting. To absorb oxygen, the muscle tissue must become relaxed, without which the muscle can become painfully engorged and cells start to die, called priapism (named after Priapus, a Greek fertility god represented with a disproportionately large and permanent erection), which is a medical emergency.

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