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red321
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My orgasms (or at least that's what I think that is?) are followed by pain... like, I can't even touch anywhere near my vagina because it's so sensitive. Doesn't seem like what the result of an orgasm should be.. Should I be worried?
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jenny2468
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after ive had an orgasm, my bf cant go anywhere near my clit because its way too sensitive. ive become like a guy, needing to have a little rest after an orgasm (tell him its just because he did a good job and everyone should be happy).

if this is what u experience too, make sure u stop him or explain to him because i agree it can be very uncomfortable.

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