Pain during/after intercourse?

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Pain during/after intercourse?

Nazaress Nazaress
I'm a bit young at the age of 22. I was a virgin before my current boyfriend and we've been having sex for about a year or so, probably over. The problem is that sometimes it hurts a LOT down there during but particularly after sex. This mostly happens whenever we do it fast but not always. When we first starting have penetrative sex, we ALWAYS have to take a few minutes (even when I'm already aroused) to try and get him in there (he is by no means a large man but average and only a little girthier than average). It always hurts us both at first but after that, it's fine. Until the pain for me afterwards, of course.

I was wondering if this is normal and if it happens to a lot of women. Or maybe it's just because my body isn't as used to sex as some people? We don't have sex everyday. Sometimes we go days without (like right now because I've been in pain for a few days). I wonder if it would hurt more or less if we had it more often. Are there any tips I could use to make sex not hurt?
02/13/2012
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Jul!a Jul!a
I've found that a lot of foreplay can help out on that front. I don't know what all you guys are doing for foreplay to begin with, but taking the time to get mentally turned on can really help get you physically turned on enough to make sex not painful. It is also possible that your body isn't really used to it all yet, and masturbating regularly with dildos that are smaller than your boyfriend can help you as well. I know that if my husband and I go too long without having sex it can hurt me to start again if I'm not in the mood enough.
02/13/2012
Nazaress Nazaress
Quote:
Originally posted by Jul!a
I've found that a lot of foreplay can help out on that front. I don't know what all you guys are doing for foreplay to begin with, but taking the time to get mentally turned on can really help get you physically turned on enough to make sex ...
I could probably stand to have fun more fun by myself, yes. There's a privacy issue where I live right now so I've just kind of gave up on using my stuff most of the time because cleaning it afterwards is a hassle when I have to hide it on the way to the bathroom. Maybe that could help, though. In fact, I'm sure it probably would. Thanks for the tip.
02/13/2012
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