D.VICE Sex Q & A. Can Purr Clitoral Arousal Gel be used with other medications?

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I have read a lot of reviews of Purr Gel, anything I should know?


I’ve read some reviews of Purr Gel n the D.VICE website, and I could do with a libido boost, so I’m keen to try them, but I’m just wondering if there are any contraindications for these?

D.VICE Sexpert Answers

That is an excellent question, Purr Gel is very popular and there are some great reviews on the website.
So Purr Gel is a clitoral arousal gel a clear gel that comes in a little tube. You apply just a very small amount on the tip of your finger to the underside of the clitoris. Now what it contains, is L-Arginine,  the amino acid that is responsible for sexual arousal, well that’s sort of one of its things that it does, and your body naturally produces L-Arginine and so your introducing an extra amount of L-Arginine in your body which encourages your libido to kind of kick start.

And with the Purr Gel, it’s also a vasodilator so it encourages more blood to your clitoris, you to become more aroused and means that you are much more likely to be able to orgasm or to have a stronger orgasm or intensify your experience of orgasm. Some people just love using Purr Gel and just like to put it on every day and have found an amazing difference with their sexual response and libido overall.

Many women who have difficulty having an orgasm or have been unable to have an orgasm have had really fantastic results from it as well, but women of all ages can really enjoy using it.

Contraindications, well, basically L-Arginine is contraindicated with herpes, with both herpes simplex virus and so if you are prone to getting cold sores or you actually have genital herpes that would be contraindicated for both of these things.
It would probably be OK if you had the odd cold sore, you could use it when you didn’t actually have one, but you definitely wouldn’t use it when you had one, but I would not use either of those things if you had genital herpes.

Different people react to things in different ways, if you have really sensitive skin, with the Purr Gel you might want to put a little bit on and see if you do have any kind of reaction, it’s not, like some clitoral arousal gels that have menthol and a really warming sensation, some women do have allergic reactions to menthol so Purr Gel is doesn’t contain those properties.

We haven’t actually come across any women who’ve had an allergic skin reaction to it, but there’s always the potential there. So it’s always really important to just follow the directions really clearly and kind of monitor your response and if you do think that you have any kind of allergic reaction, definitely don’t continue using it.



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