Alright, so I have two problems. My first one is probably universal with a lot of girls and has been recently driving me nuts! I love my boyfriend, entirely, and the foreplay between us is always amazing. BUT, when it gets to the actual sex part...it hurts and I feel absolutely nothing. Like literally, it feels like someone is jabbing me up the vagina. At first, it hurts and feels like nothing, then it slowly stops hurting but still feels like nothing. I don't know what is wrong with me. It's not my partner, because he's doing everything right...it's just that I really don't feel sex nor like it at this point. To explain, I use a vibrator to masturbate and I feel like I have gotten myself so used to vibration on my clitoris that I cannot enjoy anything else at this point. I climax/cum to vibration and nothing else. My partner has tried oral, fingering, sex, everything to get me to cum and I just can't...I have to have the vibrator. Don't get me wrong, it feels good what he does, I just can't cum.
Another, I recently lost my virginity about a year ago. Since then, I have had sex with my boyfriend (we're long distance) a total of maybe ten times? After each time, I have a swipe of blood. Is this from the pain I experience? It almost feels like he is still trying to pierce my hymen which is why I still bleed. But the thing is, we have sex maybe once every two months, due to the distance. So does my vagina pierce, heal, and then pierce again because we don't have sex on a regular basis? The pain does go away after a few minutes of penetration, but I still bleed after sex. What is wrong with me?! This is now effecting my partner because he feels it's his fault that I can't climax with him But it's not and I have no idea what to do! Any help would be much appreciated. =/
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