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the first time i had sex with my boyfriend was fine a little painfull but not too unbarable, the trouble was it was difficult to get his penis in me. i was aroused and "naturally" lubricated (e.g we hadnt used any additional lubricant from a bottle) the second time it was difficult to get in again and only went in a couple of inches it felt good to start and then started to become more and more painful. so... a.) why cant he go in further he is quite thick well it seems that way to me..
b.) why did it hurt so bad after being pleasuable? thanks

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the answer to a&b is that you simply aren't lubricated ENOUGH. even if your vagina lubricates itself pretty well, you should still get a water-based lube because the vagina gets awfully chafed without it. when it chafes, the vagina can swell or get irritated. this makes it tighter and harder to penetrate. it also makes you a lot more susceptible to ifnections.

so just get some lube and it'll work out much better.

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As well, when you are feeling pain the second time around, chances are you really are NOT still highly aroused enough to make intercourse pleasurable.

And if it isn't pleasurable -- not just okay, not just not painful because of adding lube -- there's no sense in you doing it at all.

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