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My boyfriend and i have been together a few years but he says when we have sex, he feels like he's hitting something(before the back). I can feel it too. I think it's my cervix. But i don't think he should be able to feel it. Is it possible mine could be lower than most? Or what could be the problem?
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Are you fully aroused before attempting intercourse?

When you're fully aroused first, the cervix gets pulled up and out of the way ... making it harder to reach, and intercourse more comfortable.

When was your last GYN exam? If you haven't been this year, now would be a great time (just to make sure everything is all normal down there and he's not bumping something that isn't supposed to be there

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