Me and boyfriend last night made love. It was my first time and i was completely ready. He was nervous on my behalf so after some fumbling it began. One problem, i genuinely did not feel it and there was no pain, it still felt good but i'm wondering did it actually happen :S I didn't bleed or anything but i'm amost sure that he WAS inside me. I'm confused. Some help insight woud be great. Thanks.
The vaginal canal actually doesn't have much specific sensation because there are relatively few nerve endings in the vaginal canal, so it's very normal to simply feel a general sensation during penetration rather than something more "specific", if that makes any sense.
It's also normal to have no pain during your first time having vaginal intercourse.
If it felt good, then you DID feel something, so I wouldn't worry, myself. If you want to experience more sensation, you could try different positions or a mixture of vaginal and manual intercourse, for example.
Pain during intercourse is usually due to lack of lubrication or tension caused by fear, stress, not being aroused enough, etc. If you're lubed enough, relaxed and aroused enough and 110% ready to have intercourse, it shouldn't be painful.
Not a stupid question, don't worry. . .I just hope I gave a smart answer.
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Nope Like the pain, bleeding in girls can vary due to arousal, lubrication, and in actual fact many girls don't have much of a hymen remaining at all. It wears away over time during other non-sexual activities. Also, in intercourse, it doesn't "tear" and cause bleeding, but stretches. Loads of women have experienced exactly the same as you, no pain, and no bleeding, and that is perfectly normal
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