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Hi guys.

I love giving head but lately I've had some issues with dry mouth. Could be because of some medications I'm taking. I've tried the oral rinses for dry mouth but they don't seem to last long.

All of the escorts and masseurs I've been with seem to have an endless supply of saliva.

Any suggestions out there to help?

Are there any lubes made just for oral sex? No flavor, stickiness or filmy after taste?

Thanks

Mark

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Hi Mark,

Here's an excerpt from a WebMD article that you might find helpful: :cool:

 

" ... You make saliva when you chew. The harder you chew, the more saliva you make. Sucking on a hard candy or cough drop helps you make saliva, too.

 

The glands that make saliva are called salivary glands. The salivary glands sit inside each cheek, at the bottom of your mouth, and near your front teeth by the jaw bone.

 

There are six major salivary glands and hundreds of minor ones. Saliva moves through tubes called salivary ducts.

 

Normally, the body is always making saliva, up to 2 to 4 pints a day. Usually, the body makes the most saliva in the late afternoon. It makes the least amount at night.

 

But everyone is different. What doctors consider to be a normal amount of saliva varies quite a bit. That makes diagnosing saliva problems a bit of a challenge.

 

Too Little Saliva

Certain diseases and medicines can affect how much saliva you make. If you do not make enough saliva, your mouth can become quite dry. This condition is called dry mouth (xerostomia).

 

Dry mouth causes the gums, tongue, and other tissues in the mouth to become swollen and uncomfortable. Germs thrive in this type of setting. A germy, dry mouth leads to bad breath.

 

Dry mouth also makes you more likely to develop rapid tooth decay and gum (periodontal) disease. That's because saliva helps clear food particles from your teeth. This helps reduce your risk for cavities.

 

If you have dry mouth, you may also notice you do not taste things like you used to.

 

Dry mouth is common in older adults, although the reasons are unclear. Diseases that affect the whole body (systemic disorders), poor nutrition, and the use of certain drugs are thought to play a key role.

 

Too little saliva and dry mouth can be caused by:

 

Certain diseases such as HIV/AIDS, Sjogren's syndrome, diabetes, and Parkinson's

Blockage in one or more tubes that drain saliva (salivary duct obstruction)

Chemotherapy and radiation therapy

Dehydration

"Fight or flight" stress response

Structural problem with a salivary duct

Smoking cigarettes

Hundreds of commonly used medicines are known to affect saliva flow and cause dry mouth, such as:

 

Antihistamines

Anxiety medicines

Appetite suppressants

Certain types of blood pressure drugs

Diuretics (water pills)

Most antidepressants

Certain pain medicines (analgesics)

Always ask your health-care provider about side effects you might have when taking a medication.

 

What Can I Do if I Have Too Little Saliva?

Try these tips to help keep your salivary glands healthy and your mouth moist and comfortable:

 

Drink plenty of water

Chew sugar-free gum

Suck on sugar-free candy

If dry mouth persists, your doctor or dentist may recommend rinsing your mouth with artificial saliva. Artificial saliva is a liquid or spray sold without a prescription. It can be used as often as needed.

 

Artificial saliva helps keep your mouth moist and comfortable. But it doesn't contain the proteins, minerals, and other substances found in real saliva that help with digestion."

 

source: http://www.webmd.com/oral-health/what-is-saliva

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Most, if not all are safe for oral sex. I use a lube here in the UK called super slik which is ideal for guys whose cock gets dry during playtime. It's not unpleasant to taste and safe to consume, I wouldn't be drinking litres of it mind.

 

Have you tried just having a small bottle of natural spring water at the side. I find it's a must for me when seeing clients. You can whip a swig of the bottle quite easily and discreetly in between activities.

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All the lubes I'm aware of intended for oral are both flavoured and sticky, but I agree with William Erickson that H2O's offerings are the most palatable. There are 15 flavours of personal lubricants, but Strawberry Kiwi is my favourite and I quite like their Cucumber massage glide as well. The receiver's pleasure can be enhanced with lubrication as well. A washcloth and a hot shower will get rid of the stickiness afterwards.

 

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  • 2 weeks later...

head and shaft

 

The foreskin keeps the moisture in. No need for lube.

Don't know why I stayed away from uncut so long...

Well, with a really endowed guy, I can't deep-throat so I use my lubed-up hands to work the shaft while I use my mouth to work the head. (Please ... no jokes about which head to use...). Doesn't matter if the guy is uncut or cut.

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