Okay, idk if this is the right place to post this but im kinda really scared and asdjkfl
I'm a girl. So, just a little while ago, I was masturbating by rubbing my clit, and I came really fast (like within minutes) and a little bit before a came, and after, the left side of my vagina (i think?) started to hurt, like kind of a sharp pain. I wasn't even touching that area though, only clit stimulation. Then I remembered that a similar thing happened a while ago, like a week, where I masturbated and let myself cum fast within minutes, and I had that same pain down there right after I came. The pain only lasted for like a minute or two, but its kinda worrying me that both times I came I had a pain in the same place? Again, this is the outside left of my vagina, kinda near the inner lip (sorry for tmi)
I checked in the mirror (i've never looked down there before) and I guess it seemed normal? but im not sure cause i havent really looked closely there before.. There was some white stuff that I cleaned off, and it was kind of red down there. Idk if this is relevant but normally, i masterbated fairly often without any problems. This time, it's like a week or two in between sessions.
Anyways, I'm kinda scared something is wrong with me and I'm way to embarrassed to tell my parents about it. Is this because I came too fast without enough lube? Is there something wrong with me?
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It's really unlikely that anything is wrong with you, particularly if you're only having this pain at a specific time with a specific activity.
Is the pain on the outside, in the skin, or more inside?
I have a guess as to what might be going on.
When a person comes--has an orgasm--their pelvic muscles contract rapidly. This means that the muscles are tensing and relaxing repeatedly.
When muscles in any part of a person's body tense up quickly, it can sometimes hurt.
This can sometimes lead to feelings of pain during or after orgasm.
Relaxing and taking one's time can help prevent this from happening.
it doesn't sound like you injured or damaged yourself in any way.
Does this make sense? If this doesn't sound like what's happening, we can talk about it more to figure out what's going on.
[ 08-20-2013, 08:29 AM: Message edited by: Robin Lee ]
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There's really no way we could diagnose something like that; we aren't doctors and we can't examine you. If you're having continuous pain, or notice other ongoing problems, your next step would be to see a doctor.
What you're describing really doesn't sound like cause for concern, though. It's possible that using more lube could help; you might be rubbing some skin a little raw without noticing.
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