Does your vagina tense up with certain toys or temperatures?

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Does your vagina tense up with certain toys or temperatures?

DONOTSHOPHERETHEOWNERISPSYCHO DONOTSHOPHERETHEOWNERISPSYCHO
I have a problem...

I think the temperature of my toys is causing me a lot of pain. I say this because I can use my toys in the tub or shower just fine, when the water has kind of heated them up a bit. But when I try to use them during sex or to masturbate outside of the shower it's like I'm shoving a brick of ice into my vagina. It's very painful. Like it tightens or shrinks. I've tried letting the toy sit for a bit to warm up to my body temperature, but it is pretty much an instant turn off and I can't even have sex without pain for about a half an hour. It's strange because I sometimes enjoy it if my husband eats ice before or during oral sex. It's just when the toys are inserted. Even if the toys are warmed up before I use them, they lose the comfortable temperature for me fairly quickly.

So, does anyone have any tips, tricks or solutions? Anyone else have similar a similar experience?
11/18/2009
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Epiphora Epiphora
Aluminum. Get an aluminum toy. Aluminum holds temperature better than any other material I've used... it actually gets hot.
11/18/2009
NuMe NuMe
Quote:
Originally posted by DONOTSHOPHERETHEOWNERISPSYCHO
I have a problem...

I think the temperature of my toys is causing me a lot of pain. I say this because I can use my toys in the tub or shower just fine, when the water has kind of heated them up a bit. But when I try to use them during sex or ...
What types of material have you used so far that are causing this?
11/18/2009
Gary Gary
Place them in a bowl of warm water (if they are water proof), or you could warm the lube up as well. You could set the lube in a bowl of hot water... microwaving seems like a bad idea here.
11/18/2009
LicentiouslyYours LicentiouslyYours
I just did this last night... wrap it up in an electric blanket (or a heating pad would make more sense, but my blanket was on at the time) if it's not waterproof.

I am not surprised you have discomfort with cold toys. I've had ice cubes inserted into my vagina and it's a much different, much more painful experience than external ice play. And it will cause your vagina to contract, increasing the amount of discomfort you feel.

I like Gary's idea of warming up some lube because then if the toy cools down for you, you can add more warm lube without having to quit playing.
11/18/2009
Victoria Victoria
I totally agree with the advice here to warm up your toys and lube safely. Just cold lube itself can kinda ruin the mood - everyone is sensitive in different ways. Your body just doesn't like cold.
11/18/2009
NuMe NuMe
I never thought to warm up lube. That sounds pretty nice!
11/18/2009
DONOTSHOPHERETHEOWNERISPSYCHO DONOTSHOPHERETHEOWNERISPSYCHO
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Originally posted by NuMe
What types of material have you used so far that are causing this?
So far, it's silicone (the Ella) and plastic (Delilah and Marble Slimline G). I did use to get slight discomfort from a jelly vibe, but since jelly is squishy it wasn't so bad.

Thanks everyone else for the tips. I shall be trying them soon. =)
11/18/2009
NuMe NuMe
Quote:
Originally posted by DONOTSHOPHERETHEOWNERISPSYCHO
So far, it's silicone (the Ella) and plastic (Delilah and Marble Slimline G). I did use to get slight discomfort from a jelly vibe, but since jelly is squishy it wasn't so bad.

Thanks everyone else for the tips. I shall be trying them soon. =)
Maybe try for something slim and soft. This fits the bill in my book link or anything by fun factory. I think their silicone toys are softer and more flexible. Especially more flexible than the Ella.
11/18/2009
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