hello, I have a girlfriend now for two months. 2 weeks ago, there was a moment where started feeling eachother in eachothers pants. Last weekend was the first time we had outercourse (manual sex).
The problem is that she experiences discomfort in her clitoris and a little in her vagina. At first she likes, but she said that became oversensitive after a while (like 10 minutes). I have had one girlfriend before her so I think I know that i aint harsh or doing it wrong. She said that she also likes it at first. It just becomes oversensitive.
I talked it through with her. She said that she used to masturbate quit often, but she stopped doing it for a while. Now it has been some time (like a half/whole year) since she masturbated. I thought that starting that could lead to experiencing a good feeling. She can tell me what she likes or don't likes and she might get used to the sexual activity. I thought that her genitals weren't used to sexual stimulation.
Now, im no expert or something but it sounded logical. I liked to hear opinions about this cause i want her to feel good also. Sex doesnt go from one party, both have to enjoy. Now, could it be she has an infection (read that oversensitivity could come from an infection) or just 'an not used to' situation?
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