Post # 1
Me and Fiance started having sex recently, we we’re gonnna wait until the wedding night (not a virgin) but I was frisky one night and offered the idea and he took it a few days later, we have sex at least 3-4 times a week instead of this week being my cycle.. I have an issue and I don’t know if it’s normal or I need to talk to a doctor but I haven’t had a lot of men hit my G spot but Fiance does constantly and a bit rapidly, my question is does anyone else have a strange urge to throw up when their G spot is being repeatly hit at a fast pace? I’m sure it doesn’t help to have dinner and a drink before he have sex but I always make sure I don’t get full or I won’t feel like sex. Am I the only one in this? Thanks ladies!
Post # 3
I have never experienced this but I wouldn’t think it would be something to worry about too much. Just have him avoid doing that! 😉
Post # 4
This doesn’t sound like something I would be concerned about medically. Hope that helps.
Post # 5
I’ve never had that problem but I have problems feeling sick from vigorous sex if I have just eaten.
Post # 6
I haven’t experienced this, but I’m wondering if you need to teach him to slow down a little and be more gentle. The g-spot is a very sensitve area, so constant rapid stimulation might just be too much to be enjoyable.
Post # 7
Your G-spot, or your cervix? I do not like my cervix being hit at all, it hurts and will make me nauseous if it happens more than a few times in the same session! My g-spot just feels good…but it’d be hard for it to get “hit” more like “rubbed across” since it’s midway on the wall of the vagina.
Post # 8
@Dialysate: Oh good idea it might be the cervix and not the G-spot. I think some people confuse them. The cervix feels sort of like the tip of your nose when you touch it, the G-spot feels like a spongey area on the front of your vagina.
Post # 9
@Dialysate: I was thinking the same thing.
Post # 10
I’ve felt some nausea when the cervix has been hit repeatedly. He needs to pull back a bit when going rapidly so that you don’t experience that feeling.
Post # 11
If it is making you nausous he is hitting your cervix not your gspot.
Post # 12
@pocketful_of_flowers: Weeeellll, we don’t know that. Everybody’s anatomy is different and even hitting my cervix doesn’t make me nausous…in fact, it feels good. 😉 *shrug*
Post # 13
Thanks for the heads up ladies, it must be my cervix but it is also “rubbing” my G spot because it does feel really good enough not to stop, just dealing with that sensation.
VAwife: He can and has been very gentle but when we really get into it we can both go a little over board.
Post # 14
i feel nauseous when he messes with my top too often, but not down there. Im always happy to let him down there.
Post # 15
I agree that maybe it’s the cervix, I can get terrible nausea if he hits my cervix. To the point where we have had to stop in the middle of the act because I honestly thought I’d be sick. You might be able to experiment a little bit and have him rub against your g-spot without going all the way in to hit the cervix. If he can do that and you don’t have nausea, it’s probably not your g-spot but your cervix. If you still have nausea, then I’m not sure…I guess refrain from having him hit to too quickly and repeatedly.
Post # 16
Try a different angle/position! We’ve been able to contort ourselves so that he’s rubbing like, directly on the g-spot without hitting my cervix- even when going quite rapidly, I’ve never had a problem with that.
Aww, shucks, now you have to go experiment together 🙂