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Can certain lubes alter the way your body reacts to them?
  • PromassPromass
    Posts: 84
    Ok i want to keep this short and simple. Well i have been using the walmart brand equate personal jelly lubricant for some time now (6-7 months) with great success and no side effects. Well i want to say recently like less than 2 weeks i started having very bad gas :oops: suddenly during each session over 2 hours with the lube in me. I mean i literally am passing wind for 7-8 burst of 20-30 seconds at a time until its all out.

    So i started trying out the other lube in my closet i used once every full moon. The Wet Platinum silicon lube. I never got very gassy with this lube just a small amount. Well i tried it and i did not get gassy just seemed normal. So i have not had a session in 3 days. I am having dry o's at night when i go to bed with no aneros in me due to the lube issue.

    So i am still enjoying the rewiring process with aneros free involuntary action in bed. I literally try and ignore it and go to bed but my prostate is not having it and thrust me into high speed. Last night i had what i believe is a dry o my first with no aneros near me. :shock:

    So is it possible over time some people will begin to have different reactions to some lubes? I went and found the closest store that sells some coconut oil i will try my first session with it tonight any hints how to go about it the jar in my room now is 3/4 solid and 1/4 liquid?

    Here is a link to the bottle of coconut oil i got not much info on the site but it is the refined one 14oz i will scan the label here and post a picture i hope this works. Being gassy during a session due to lube is no fun. I have a syringe with a 2-3" removable tip for deep lubing.
  • rumelrumel
    Posts: 2,492
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    I do think it is possible to develop negative reactions to lubes. Originally I had been using a generic KY jelly as a lube but after about six months, I was increasingly feeling “the urge to purge” effect. I think it is also possible to develop allergic reactions to some of the chemical components in these lubes through repeated exposures over time. I’ve since switched over to the ‘Natural Jelly’ formula (which can be found in this extensive thread) and have not suffered any ill effects from its use. Your choice of coconut oil is also a relatively benign product that a number of other users have found to be satisfactory as well. As ‘Darwin’ has pointed out in his posts, use of natural oil lubes will tend to degrade the rubber seals of typical syringe applicators, thus rendering them useless rather quickly. There are other natural water based lubes that may work effectively for you as well.
  • kuppskupps
    Posts: 8
    I wonder is the Glycerin in lubes is the same as the Glycerin in children suppositories.
  • BadgerBadger
    Posts: 777
    If they're spelled the same, it probably is the same.
  • GrandTigerGrandTiger
    Posts: 325
    As long as it isn't made in China!
  • lynn2694lynn2694
    Posts: 96
    If your looking for "interesting" lubes. "KY, Yours and Mine". It comes in a box with two seperate for men, one for women. The womans has a "cooling" sensation. Almost like being teased with ice. The men's has a warming sensation. Its very interesting when you "mix" the two. Didn't know if this would help.
  • PromassPromass
    Posts: 84
    I would not dare to use the warming lube in my bum i made that mistake once when i first started aneros wow big big mistake it burnt very badly made me tear up. Well the coconut oil i used worked great it never dried up all night long. My only issue is cleanup can get messy as for some reason my body does not absorb the oil much at all. Like i lubed up 5ml internally at night woke up and pretty much all the 5ml lube came out when went to the restroom. It got all over my bum and had to shower to get it off.

    Is it possible the rectum does not absorb the oil at all for some people? I know that if i eat a very oily meal say Chinese food i end up with the runs and the food passes usually in less than 12 hours i think i have some kind of disorder where i cannot absorb some fats and oils. Maybe i will just use much less coconut oil next time if my body does not absorb it.
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,140
    While some people find these lubes interesting for traditional intercourse, they are not suitable for anal or prostate play. With KY's "Yours and Mine" they've packaged together a warming lube and a cooling lube. In the case of the warming lube, KY has come up with a "special patented" anhydrous formulation that works by drawing water from the skin. In the case of the cooling lube, they've used methyl salicylate. If that name sounds familiar to some of you it's because it is the active ingredient in Ben Gay...that's right it's an analgesic!. Some may remember my discussion previously of these products and the concept of counter irritation (I dare say Promass is acquainted with this). For more go to:

    Simply put, these preparations may produce momentary tingling or stimulation, but they numb you out in the long run....not a place you want to go to when you're trying to discover and tune into subtle internal sensations. My recommendation is to stay with a good quality lube that is designed for one thing decrease the surface tension of the skin, ....that is, to make you as slick as a whistle!

    BF Mayfield