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Yesterday when I was fooling around with my bf and he put a finger inside me and it hurt A LOT. We had to stop. I'm a virgin, so I don't know if it's normal to feel this kind of pain for the first time?

Thanks a lot for your time.

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Yep. Some women feel it, some don't. All depends on your how aroused you are.

The vagina can really stretch, and something like a finger is pretty admissable. But if you are nervous or are experiencing anxiety, or simply rush, you may feel pain.

Also, if you didn't use lubricant, you may feel some friction (which is another biggie pain causer)

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