I know, I know. I did a search I read the articles But I have a bit of an unusual case. Last night I had sex with someone no problemo. I've had sex with them before, no problemo. It hurts a little bit sometimes, but nothing too badly. Well, a few hours later we tried to have sex again, but it was incredibly painful. We thought, hmmm, let's grab some lube. But it was still really painful. To the point where I couldn't continue.
The first time I have sex is always okay, it's whenever I try to have it again (even if a few hours have passed), it hurts too much. Any ideas?
I'm going to guess that it's sore muscles, or irritated vaginal tissue, or something of that sort, since it only happens when you try to have intercourse twice in a short period of time. It sounds like something is getting just a bit irritated, and usually whatever it is heals up in a day or two, but when you try to have intercourse again the same day, it's hurting because it hasn't had a chance to heal yet. Make sense?
You might try using a lot of lube next time you have sex (wait a day or two before you try again!) and see if that helps. If it doesn't, different positions might be something to try -- could be that whatever you're doing is putting a strain on some part of your body.
Good luck, hon!
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"The only unnatural sexual act is that which you cannot perform." - Alfred Kinsey
even with a whole lotta lube, there's still friction going on in there, and yeah, the lining of the vagina can get chafed. we all ahve our limits, and this might be your body's way of saying, "okay, that was nice, but no more for me tonight, thanks."
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