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Hi Michelle,

I think it is very common and normal that your clitoris gets extremely sensitive (or even kind of numb) after orgasm. - You might want to have a look at the Sexual response article over at Pink Slip, I think it mentions that as well.

Next time, you might simply show your boyfriend how you like to be touched and let him know when you've had enough ....more is not always better, and when something starts to hurt, it's definitely better to stop....after all, you've got lots of *hot spots* on your bod and he can move his attention somewhere else.

Take Care,

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After you have an orgasm often your clitoris is out of the clitoral hood and is very sensitive to touch. If you wait a little after your orgasm it won't hurt anymore, it's just that it can get overly sensitized. Wait a bit and remember to tell your partner if it starts to hurt or not feel good.
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