After using the Silk suppository, I was not able to achieve orgasm after 45 years of marriage. Could NeuEve cause it?

Thank you for reaching out. We understand your concern about being unable to climax.

However, this is not related to using NeuEve.

Since the inception of NeuEve, it has helped over 100,000 women who suffered severe vaginal dryness and atrophy and were unable to have sex, arousal, libido, and/or reach climax to regain all these functions. No one else has ever complained about being unable to climax after using the product.

Orgasm is a complex issue. It is related to many factors including physiological, psychological, and emotional, as well as the well-being of the partner. Most women lose this function due to aging and/or the aging of their partners. After 45 years of marriage, maybe your age has reached a point where your "engine" has begun to run out of gas.

NeuEve can help reverse aging but it will take time to show noticeable effects.

Silk is a starter product. It can help women ease dryness and atrophy, but it is not strong enough to help them regain all of other lost functions like arousal, libido, and/or orgasm. The advanced formulas Silver and Gold can do better.

After you are on Silk for some time, you can move up a phase to Silver. This article shows you when may be a good time to move up to Silver:

How Many Months Do I Stay at a Silk?

In addition to moving up to Silver, you can also take recommended supplements like calcium, vitamin D3-K2, and sea buckthorn oil.

Calcium is a key supplement. When the blood calcium level is low, women can experience dryness and loss of arousal, libido, and/or orgasm, because calcium ion regulates the mucus gland secretion.

Adding the NeuEve Balm Cream also helps you speed up the recovery:

Why do I need to add the NeuEve cream to the suppository?

We hope that you will find relief soon.

**Disclaimer: This article is for information purposes only. It is about natural products, nutrients, and/or methods for managing vaginal aging-related discomfort (not a true infection or disease). It is not medical advice for the treatment of any disease.

Sep 18, 2023

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