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I'm really hoping someone could help me?

When we try to have sex, my boyf can't insert his penis very far? I guess he is relatively big..I'm very wet and aroused. I've used lube, lot's foreplay to no avail?

I went to the doc & she said that my cervix was low or something?

It's like he hit's a wall and can't get in any further..

I really wana be able to have a happy normal sex life!

Please help

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Depending on her own physiology, a woman's cervix will tend to lie at slightly different angles. Your cervix may also feel higher or lower during different times in your menstrual cycle.

Changing positions will help... experiment and see what works.

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