Kisses Down Low: The Best Way To Prepare For Oral Sex

December 12, 2014  |  
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Oral sex can be as stressful as it is pleasurable. Does it smell good? Does it taste good? Vaginas are complicated organs. But if you prepare for oral sex the right way, you’ll have nothing to worry about but sitting back and enjoying the ride.

Have A Fruit Smoothie

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Have A Fruit Smoothie

Fill it up with kiwi, strawberry and pineapple and other sweet-smelling fruits that will make you taste sweeter.

Go Commando After Your Shower

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Go Commando After Your Shower

And the longer you keep them off before the deed the better. The circulating air will let things breathe down there and keep it aired out.

When you do put on panties make sure they’re cotton. It’s the only fabric that keeps the air circulation flowing.

Stock Up On Pillows

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Stock Up On Pillows

Put one underneath your hips and give him one for his knees. It will keep him comfortable enough to keep the party going.

Cut Down On The Nicotine

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Cut Down On The Nicotine

Not only is smoking bad for you, it will make your juices taste sour. Overdosing on caffeine or alcohol can have the same effect.

Avoid Spicy Foods

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Avoid Spicy Foods

Anything that smells strong when you eat it will also make things smell… strong down there.

Cinnamon is the one exception. It’s antibacterial properties help balance vaginal pH to give you a better taste.

Use Condoms

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Use Condoms

It will protect your parts from the natural bacteria that grow on his preventing yeast infections, bacterial vaginosis and other STIs that can change vaginal odor. Not that you needed another reason to wrap things up.

Eat Greek Yogurt

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Eat Greek Yogurt

It will help keep your bacteria balanced and keep yeast infections at bay. But avoid sweetened yogurts that can actually increase your chances of developing something smelly.

Don't Douche

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Don’t Douche

Douching actually puts you at higher risk for vaginal infections, pelvic inflammatory disease and STDs. Plus it upsets the natural bacterial order of things which can result in changes in the way you smell and taste.

Wait Until You're Off Antibiotics

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Wait Until You’re Off Antibiotics

They upset the vaginal balance down there and can lead to some “off” odors and tastes.

But if you really can’t wait, stock up on probiotic yogurt and you’ll undo some of the damage.

Be Careful With Soap

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Be Careful With Soap

Vaginas are designed to keep themselves clean and really don’t need much more than a rinse with warm water.

If you do use soap, stick to gentle unscented cleansers. Heavily perfumed body washes can over-clean and leave you susceptible to hostile bacteria takeovers.

Avoid Asparagus

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Avoid Asparagus

It makes your pee smell weird and your vagina taste even weirder.

Check Your Calendar

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Check Your Calendar

Your natural odors change during the month. And when you’re ovulating, things can smell stronger than usual.

Drink Six To Eight Glasses Of Water A Day

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Drink Six To Eight Glasses Of Water A Day

Even if your dietary habits aren’t great, flushing your system with water will get rid of any impurities in your system that may make things taste “off.”

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Don’t Skip Your Annual Exam

Even if things down there are going great, an annual exam will make sure everything stays that way.

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Stay Away From Dairy

And any of the other foods that might cause gas while he’s down there.
And if you really want to shut things down in the toot department, here are foods that prevent gas.

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