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sunshineeexoxo
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I had sex for the first time Friday night, and I'm wondering if the pain I'm feeling still is normal or if maybe something else is up.

The pain I experienced was much less than I thought it would be, which I was happy about. I guess you could say we had sex more than once, because we stopped, and then went again a while later. The second time I asked him to stop after a few minutes because it was a bit more painful and uncomfortable.

During the day on Saturday I didn't feel too much pain that I noticed, probably because I wasn't doing anything that involved me noticing pain down there, I'm assuming.

Saturday night, we had sex again, and it hurt a bit less than before, I'd say, but there was definitely still some pain. I found that him being on top was less painful than me being on top. At one point I was feeling a little bit more pain than before and he brought up that maybe I wasn't wet enough, or I was a bit sore from the night before. Which is probably right, I'm assuming.

Sunday morning, we once again had sex (Sounds like a lot I'm realizing, maybe it was the number of times that's causing my pain) and I felt very little pain at all during. In fact, it felt good. Before, it felt nice, and I knew he was enjoying it (Although he was very attentive to me, making sure I was as comfortable as I could be with as little pain as possible) but that time, I really enjoyed it.

Yesterday I felt a little bit of pain during the day occasionally, but nothing too unbearable.

Last night, we had sex and again I had very little pain during for most of it, but eventually it did start to hurt a little. We stopped for a while, and then a while later he gave me oral sex, and tried to finger me. Even though there he was only using one finger to penetrate, it hurt, and I asked him to not do it anymore because it wasn't feeling good anymore.

Today, I'm feeling sore in general. I do have small bruises on my thighs (From his hips? I think?) and just all around sore in my vagina area. I'm really hoping this is normal - maybe we got a little crazy and had a bit too much sex too quickly when it was my first time?

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smittenkitten
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I'd definitely say it's a case of too much sex too quickly. Not that you shouldn't have lots of sex [Wink]

It's normal to get sore after a sex, even if you've been having it for a long time.

One thing you can do to help with pain is to make sure you use plenty of lube. It'll reduce the friction a bit.

Check out:
First Intercourse 101
Lubricant (Not Diamonds) Is A Girl's Best Friend

Cheers,

Marion

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