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Discover natural alternatives for dyspareunia and learn more about an interesting potential cause of this condition.

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0:00 Introduction: Dyspareunia explained
0:17 What causes dyspareunia?
1:25 High-oxalate foods to avoid
2:52 Foods that are okay to consume
3:38 The best remedies for dyspareunia
5:22 Learn more about citrates and oxalates!

Today we’re going to talk about natural alternatives for dyspareunia.

This condition can cause pain during intercourse, pelvic exams, and horse riding, or while inserting a tampon or sitting too long.

My opinion is that this condition is typically caused by oxalates in the vaginal area. Oxalates can form crystals that can look like razor blades and are behind other conditions, as well, like kidney stones and gout.

Thankfully, there are natural remedies for dyspareunia and certain foods that may be helpful. You may also want to avoid high-oxalate foods for a while to help determine if oxalates could be involved.

High-oxalate foods to avoid if you have dyspareunia:
• Spinach
• Beets
• Grains
• Beans
• Potatoes
• Almonds
• Peanuts
• Kiwi
• Wheat germ
• Soy
• Xylitol
• Blackberries
• Chocolate
• Eggplant
• Black pepper
• Swiss chard
• Rhubarb
• Figs
• Turmeric

Try consuming dairy with any of the above foods to help reduce the effects of oxalates.

Foods that are okay to consume if you have dyspareunia:
• Meat
• Fish
• Seafood
• Eggs
• Dairy
• Fats
• Arugula
• Cabbage
• Avocado
• Cauliflower
• Lettuce
• Saturated fats

The best natural remedies for dyspareunia:
1. Vitamin B6 (P5P form)
2. Calcium citrate (before bed)
3. NAG (n-acetyl-glucosamine)
4. CMO (cetyl myristoleate)

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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps increase your awareness of natural alternatives for dyspareunia. I’ll see you in the next video.

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