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ccc123
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Hi,

I posted on here a few weeks ago about some problems I was having and still haven't got to the bottom of it so I thought I would see if I could get some more advice.This is what I put in my first post:


Me and my girlfriend having been going out for 6 months. We have both had sex before. We have talked about it and we have been ready for a while. When we our about to do it to start with we were both scared and it meant I couldn't keep it up for long enough. We have tried quite a few times and now I seem less anxious and can keep going for a while. However I am trying to put my penis in her vagina and neither of us can get it in. We have tried me on top and he on top to get it to work but just not happening. I bought some lube to try and we seemed to get close but it still didn't happen. We both really want to have sex with each other and are getting frustrated as we have both done it before. Is there anything else we should try or should we just keeping trying with lube and it will eventually work?
thanks

I was advised if she was anxious aswell and if she was fully aroused. She is really wet before we are about to do it and though we are both scared we have tried quite alot and are both quite calm now.I was also given a few articles to read but I don't think they are appropriate to our situation.

The other advice I was given was to concentrate on our other sexual activities. However things couldn't be better there and we just want to add sex for an even better sex life. We are both getting frustrated as we have both done it before and it just won't go in!

The only thing I can think of doing is to keep trying as we have talked about it and can't think of anything. I am thinking of going to a sexual health center to talk about it but I thought I would see if I could get any suggestions from here first.

Thanks so much for your help

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Heather
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Do you/does she have any trouble getting fingers inside her vagina?

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not really I normally only use one as she likes that the most but I can fit 2 or 3 if i try
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