Painful sex.. what do I do?
The boy I am seeing at the minute is above average in penis size in both girth and length. This is making sex extremely painful causing painful cuts on the entrance to my vagina. The problem I am having is getting myself through the initial pain of him entering my vagina because once he is all the way in there is no pain and it is very enjoyable. But due to the pain it takes a long time for him to be able to get inside and often the pain can become so intense i will involuntarily shake and sometimes burst into tears without being able to continue. The cuts I get can be very painful but do go away in a few days without sex. I really need help on how to stop this initial pain and stop the cuts I am getting on my vagina. Please help me I really have idea what to do.
- JLv 62 weeks ago
You need to make sure you’re fully turned on before he penetrates you. It’s not just about being wet, your muscles relax and things change shape down there. You should also use lube. The tiny cuts are likely from chafing.
- 3 weeks ago
Ask your boyfriend to make you well aroused before sex, you can use fingering or buy a vibrator and make yourself as horny/aroused as possible before you have sex with your boyfriend.
- RichardLv 64 weeks ago
Seems like you aren't aroused enough. You should increase the foreplay to see if that helps you get appropriately wet
- Joe_dLv 74 weeks ago
My penis is quite small to be honest but you really need to be wet and aroused especially if your boyfriend has a large penis. Have him give you oral sex first as part of foreplay before trying to get inside you.
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- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Try anal. Get some butt plugs toys on line, small to large, and practice first.
- pit bulls biteLv 74 weeks ago
find a guy thats smaller
- 4 weeks ago
Have him get a penis reduction
- LadyMertonLv 74 weeks ago
make sure you are Wet & aroused enough. use lube
- GoergeLv 74 weeks ago
If you pay to play, you can't complain.
- PearlLv 74 weeks ago
talk to your doctor about it