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So compared to how long I've been masturbating, I only recently started stimulating the "g-spot". Anywho, on some days, it feels amazing, like out of the world and .... yeah plainly fantastic, but on other days, it really hurts! Like today, I apply a little bit of pressure on it and it doesn't feel pleasurable at all. Is this normal? Or am I doing something wrong? >_<

I love life, because what more is there?

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It can be totally normal to have things feel differently on different days. For example, we can have pizza one day, but then the next day feel like it's kinda icky and we have no desire to eat it again right then. So yes, it can be normal to have it feel great one day and not be what you want the next.

If you're having pain or other symptoms, it might be a good idea to follow up with your health care provider just to make sure that you don't have an infection going on or something like that. It sounds unlikely, based on only the info that you posted, but actual pain is usually best checked out if you haven't had a recent check-up.

Sarah Liz

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