Painful sex

posted 7 months ago in Intimacy
Post # 2
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Helper bee

I would see your OB if it keeps happening, because it might be you are alergic to latex in condoms. That is my case. Doctor would prescribe different type of contraception. 

Post # 3
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Busy bee

When is the last time you had a pelvic exam? 

Post # 6
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2019

Having the man on top, especially if he’s an inexperienced man, can make it very hard to control the depth and angle of penetration, which are factors that can influence pain.  Have you tried lying on your side with your back to him, and having him penetrate you from behind?  It gives you a lot more control over how things go and it’s also a good position for him to give you manual clitoral stimulation, which can relax you and loosen muscles you didn’t even know were tense, further reducing pain.

Also, I’d go to a doctor and make sure your hymen has been fully broken.  Some women have an usually thick and strong hymen that stays partially or fully intact even after sex, and in that case it can continue to cause pain during intercourse.  It’s a simple procedure to fix that if need be.

Post # 7
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2019

Also, try getting a dildo (not a vibrator, since you’re trying to simulate realistic sex here) and experiment with what does and doesn’t hurt.  Make a note of what angles, positions, depths and speeds feel good to you and which ones don’t and communicate that to your husband.  If he can participate in this experiementation, all the better.

Post # 8
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

Did your obgyn assess for vaginismus during your exam?

Post # 9
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Busy bee

anonyabeille :  wait a few days until you’re not sore. Then have him use his fingers, starting with one then increasing to two, to penetrate you very slowly and gently while rubbing your clit and using lots of lube. After about 20 mins you can decide if you’re ready for sex or want to try again the next day. You being on top is definitely better because you can control how deep he enters you. You can literally just use the tip for a few minutes to get acclimated to his size. Then you can start to inch your way down but stop and go back to having less of him inside you if you experience any pain. If you need to stop, that’s fine. You can use your hands or mouth if you want to finish the job. You body remembers and tightens up if you’ve had a painful sexual experience. You need to enjoy his fingers or tip inside of you so your body can remember that and not tense up during sex. If you’re not relaxed then sex can be very very painful. 

Post # 10
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Newbee

Sex was extremely painful for me when I first started with my husband. I finally ended up in physical therapy with severe hypertension in my pelvic floor muscles which surround the vagina. After daily yoga stretches, massages and kegel exercises, I’ve been able to have pain free sex.

Post # 11
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

   anonyabeille :  When I first became sexually active, it was very painful for a LONG time. No lie – each time we had sex, it was like losing my virginity again. Ouch. But it’s only been 1 month, so you guys are still learning. Each time will be progressively less painful then the last, and you’ll start to learn how to pleasure each other. Go slow, use lots of lube, spend lots of time on foreplay.

And you may want to take a break for more than 2 days so you can heal a bit.

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