Should I let my doctor know if I am using a vaginal lubricant?

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Before using a vaginal lubricant, consult your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. If you think you have a vaginal infection or if you are currently treating a vaginal infection, ask your doctor if it is safe to have intercourse. Consult your doctor if you have chronic diseases before using a vaginal lubricant.

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