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Kristin_0608
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Hi I just got into a new relationship 3 weeks ago with this really great guy. and I haven't had sex in 2 years, and I want to have sex again, I know I'm ready, but I guess I'm just nervous because I haven't had sex in such a long time that it might hurt now. Any Information would be appreciated. Thanks!

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DarkChild717
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Making sure you have plenty of foreplay and are fully aroused with extra lubrication before penetration will drastically cut down on any pain you might experience.

Read these articles for more information.
From OW! To Wow!
Orgasm and Sexual Response


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