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Well, I'm a virgin and the other day me and my boyfriend finally got a chance to try to have sex (we've been together for almost 3 years now, we love eachother, I'm on the pill and everything is fine) but when he tried to penetrate me it was like I was being cut in half, I mean, I expected some pain, but not something so terribly wrong that I had to yell out for him to stop. He had a condom on, and all I could think was that I wasn't lubricated enough, but he touched me with his fingers and I was. Then he said that if we tried it without a condom perhaps it would hurt less, but I told him no, 'cause all the bells in my head started to ring with the "Don't have unprotected sex" thing. I still had to tell him to stop because I couldn't take the pain anymore.

Before trying, I wen't to the doctor to get checked out, and she said that nothing was wrong with me. So I know that's not the problem.

Now I'm like really really scared to try again, I know it's going to hurt like hell and I don't know what can I do to make it bearable.

Please help me.

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We don't you start by reading through this article, and then we can talk about this further, okay?
From OW! to WOW! Demystifying Painful Intercourse

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"The question is not who will let me, but who is going to stop me." -Ayn Rand

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