I went to my gynecologist recently because I had begun having sex and found it extremely painful. After the exam, she informed me this was caused by having a low pelvic bone which meant that the penis rubbing against the upper wall of my vagina was causing the aggravation. Has anyone ever heard of anything like this?
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well, there arep lenty of natural variations for the way our bodies are set up. the similarities are that they follow a pretty specific theme.
your problem sohuld be easily remedied by trying different sexual positions till you find one where the penis isn't pushing so hard against the ventral (belly side) surface of your vagina. also use plenty of lubricant.
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