Do vaginal lubricants interact with other medications?

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Different forms of vaginal lubricants can have different effects on different individuals. Oil-based lubricants deteriorate latex condoms, so they should not be used if you plan on using a condom. Check the ingredients on the drug label in case you are taking any medications that may interact with them. Tell your doctor before use if you have a vaginal infection or you have other conditions that may affect your lubricant such as pregnancy, breastfeeding, or chronic diseases.

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