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Is it possible for your perineum to tear from sex? I think mine did a bit but Im not sure if its the perineum. I am sure its not the hymen as its just at the back of my labia majora (where they connect at the back). Anyway, how can I prevent it from tearing in the future?
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well, if your partner is *really* girthy, then you can tear the opening of your vagina a little near the perineum. to avoid this, always use a latex condom, water-based lube (KY liquid or Astroglide) and go really slowly. and don't skimp on the foreplay.

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