Pain during G-Spot play?

Pain during G-Spot play?

ToyGurl ToyGurl
When me and my partner engage in G-Spot play I get this horrible feeling comparable to when I have a UTI. It's right before I squirt, and for about an hour after. I'm not sure if it's a mental thing, or if it's a real pain. It doesn't necessarily hurt, but I literally just have to sit down under a blanket until it goes away. Does anyone get like this? It doesn't extend past that day, so I know it isn't really serious. I was just wondering if other women feel this way, and if anyone knows tricks to relieve this.
06/07/2011
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Vegan Silk Vegan Silk
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyGurl
When me and my partner engage in G-Spot play I get this horrible feeling comparable to when I have a UTI. It's right before I squirt, and for about an hour after. I'm not sure if it's a mental thing, or if it's a real pain. It ...
I would talk to a good sex positive doctor. they will be able to tell you how normal it is, and what to do to help. I've never personally had that experience, and I don't think that orgasms should be painful.
06/07/2011
ToyGurl ToyGurl
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyGurl
When me and my partner engage in G-Spot play I get this horrible feeling comparable to when I have a UTI. It's right before I squirt, and for about an hour after. I'm not sure if it's a mental thing, or if it's a real pain. It ...
I realize that I'm being unclear, so here's some references to things that it feels like:

The painful urination feeling of a UTI

When someone accidentally scratches or presses on your urethera during fingering, sex, etc.

The feeling that you haven't fully emptied your bladder.

I have a tight pussy, and I do my kegel exercises. I rarely actually get UTI's, and I never have pain during solo play. It's only when my fiance massages my G-Spot.
06/07/2011
ToyGurl ToyGurl
Quote:
Originally posted by Vegan Silk
I would talk to a good sex positive doctor. they will be able to tell you how normal it is, and what to do to help. I've never personally had that experience, and I don't think that orgasms should be painful.
It's not the orgasm itself, just a feeling I get before and after the orgasm. The orgasm feels great and the uncomfortable feeling goes away, it's just the before and after that bothers me. It seems to happen more when I'm not fully aroused.
06/07/2011
lcl169 lcl169
I have this issue too. I've mentioned it before to my OBGYN but she couldnt find anything wrong that might explain the discomfort. I think it's just that we're both super sensitive, but I'd recommend you talk to your OBGYN just to be sure, too.
01/14/2012
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