It is always nice to want to spice things up in the bedroom every now and then. It keeps things interesting and you and your partner usually end up discovering something new about yourself or the other. Now, a lot of us like to sneak in a quickie before taking a nightcap. It’s a pretty good way to end the night and it lets you sleep better. Now, keeping our normal bedtime routine in mind, we tend to brush our teeth before calling in for the night, and if your partner engages in oral activities with you after brushing their teeth, then you might notice a tingly sensation around your lady parts.
Not every woman experiences it, but some of them have reported experiencing an extra tingly sensation during oral sex if their partner has brushed their teeth prior to it. Now, some women obviously have some concerns about whether or not this tingly sensation is good or bad for them keeping in mind the number of chemicals that are present in a toothpaste. For a more comprehensive answer, you can see what Dr. Kate from Emandlo.com, a certified OB/GYN has to say on the matter.
If you want a simple answer, then it is both yes and no. If there is no pain or discomfort in these sensations, then you can just chalk it up to added pleasure in the experience. However, if you feel a burning or painful sensation, then your lady parts could be reacting adversely to the chemicals present in said toothpaste. In case you happen to be amongst the former, it still does not mean that you should make toothpaste a normal part of your oral experience, because once again, there are chemicals involved, and the vulva is a highly sensitive area, so caution is advised.