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The use of certain water-based, over-the-counter personal lubricants can dry out and irritate vaginal and rectal tissue, but does not appear to increase susceptibility to HIV, according to a laboratory study published today in PLoS ONE. Even so, say study authors affiliated with the National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded Microbicide Trials Network (MTN), more research is needed to fully understand the safety of personal lubricants and their effect on epithelial rabbit vibratortissue, the layer of mucosal cells that acts as the body's first line of defense against sexually transmitted HIV.We tested several kinds of personal lubricants and those that did the most damage to cell tissue were hyperosmolar, said lead study author Charlene S. Dezzutti, Ph.D., associate professor of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive sciences at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and principal investigator of the MTN Network Laboratory.

While we know there is cellular toxicity associated with hyperosmolar lubes, the damage did not appear to make cells more vulnerable to HIV infection, Dr. Dezzutti explained.Hyperosmolar lubricants contain more salts, carbohydrates and proteins than are typically found inside cells of the vagina or rectum. Th.eat British public and getting in on the spanking fun, then take a look at the range of whips, crops anal toys and paddles we have here at my blog! The brand new range of Crop Star products features the fabulous Crop Star Feather Tickler. The sumptuous feathers are ideal for stroking over your partner's sweet spots but is firm enough to deliver one hell of a thwack! Perfect for a saucy game of slap and tickle!

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