Every time I have had sex, it has hurt me. I have looked at the other topics on here that pertain to this but none of them have helped. when my fiancee and I have done stuff, I have been sufficently arroused, and we have also tried lubrication, to no avail. I have no hesitations and we have done it a lot but it still hurts everytime. he doesn't enter too deeply, but it just feels like sandpaper to me. Any response would help.
In my experience the sandpaper feeling comes from not using enough lubricant or the right brand for you. I like the KY Liquid brand.
If you are having pain in other areas like a poking in the bladder feeling, you may need to experiment with positions. That kind of pain can also be a sympton of STD's, so you might want to see your doctor for a full check up.
maybe you're not used to him yet, if he's a bit wide you might wanna use alot of lubricant, and maybe have him use his fingers more often.
Posts: 7 | From: Juggaloville, MI | Registered: Aug 2000
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thank you for your reply, but I don't think that enough lubrication is the problem. We have tried different kinds and haven't spared any. I was tested for all std's and was proclaimed clean about 7 months ago, and I am still with the same person. Are there any std's that can not be found like this?
I don't think that his width is the problem, because we have been doing stuff for over a year, and I should be well stretched out by now if that were ever the problem. It feels good, but it normally hurts more than it feels good. Are there any other possiblities? Posts: 3 | From: Kearns, Utah, U.S.A | Registered: Aug 2000
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