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Vibrators: Healthy & Fun

From the Show: HER
Summary: Learn why vibrators are good for your health.
Air Date: 4/7/16
Duration: 10
Host: Michelle King Robson and Pam Peeke, MD
Guest Bio: Barb Depree, MD
Dr. Barb DepreeDr. Barb Depree is a gynecologist with a focused practice on women's sexual health as well as perimenopausal and menopausal women's health. She is the Founder of MiddlesexMD.com (a website for sexual health and wellness providing information and products promoting women's sexual health). She is the Director of Midlife Women's Health at Holland Hospital and a NAMS certified menopausal provider (NAMS provider of the year in 2013).
  • Book Title: Yes You Can: Dr. Barb's Recipe for Life Long Intimacy
  • Guest Facebook Account: www.facebook.com/middlesexmd
  • Guest Twitter Account: @MiddlesexMD
Vibrators: Healthy & Fun
Vibrators for women are more socially acceptable these days.

You no longer have to order a "personal massager" from a kitschy mail order catalog to save the purchasing embarrassment. In fact, vibrators can provide health benefits.

Here's what a vibrator can do for your health:

  • Serve as a marital aid. Use of a vibrator in the bedroom can spice up your sex life. It also removes issues of orgasmic timing between partners. Decreased effort and cramping from duration and position are also helpful.
  • Provide orgasm when alone. There is no partner required for vibrator use, which is handy when one is single or in a long-distance relationship.
  • Relieve tension and stress. An orgasm can help you sleep better at night.
  • Treat vaginal dryness in menopause. A vibrator stimulates blood flow, which increases moisture and sexual response.
  • Help with muscle tone. A vibrator stimulates the vaginal muscles, improving muscle tone. This is a great way to improve sexual function and prevent incontinence.
Listen in as Dr. Barb Depree joins Dr. Pam and Michelle to share the health benefits of vibrators.
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