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A lubricant is a liquid or liquid substance that can be used to reduce skid resistance in sexual acts such as intercourse, masturbation or sexual intercourse. The lubricant is lubricated on erogenous zones. For anal sex, a lubricant is necessary because this place naturally does not produce moisture. It can also be used with sex toys, condoms, or with insufficient vaginal discharge. A lubricant is also used when a couple wants sex quickly and the woman has not yet produced enough fluid or during long-term sex. Normally, with sexual arousal, the vagina secretes fluid itself, and pre-moist comes out of the penis, resulting in a natural lubricant. Some people suffer from vaginal dryness, which may require a lubricant. After a pregnancy, through medication, the transition or chemotherapy, the natural moisture production of a woman can decrease. When the moisture in the vagina decreases, there is a risk of damaging the inside of the vagina upon penetration. The lubricant can also increase comfort and prevent pain and associated stress for people who have adequate discharge.