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Date of last update: 10/14/2017.
Forum Name: Gynecology
Question: pain during intercourse
|jilloo - Fri Oct 14, 2005 9:10 am|
I'm a virgin and i got married a month back. B4 marriage my friends told me that it'll pain during intercourse, so i was afraid when my husband tried to keep sex with me.I made him understand what the reason is..But u guys need to help me to overcome my fear...I just want to know what exactly happens in womens body, which causes pain during intercourse..And how could i avoid that pain..PLS help me...
|dsjeya - Fri Oct 14, 2005 12:14 pm|
u r wrongly informed,penis to enter vagina the hymen has to rupture and giveway besides an erect penis while entering vagina there will be some friction,nature has provided if u indulge in a fair amount of fore play there will be lot of secretion and pleasure sensations u won't fell any pain,enjoy
|jellyfishattack - Thu Feb 16, 2006 9:06 pm|
Only a man could've written that. It pretty much hurts every woman the first time, and perhaps several times after the first timer too. Some women find the first time quite painful, some don't really have much pain. I was blessed with a hymen like a trampolene, so it hurt a lot. And I have endometriosis which didn't improve my experience. But chances are that most women would not find it as painful as I did despite proper preparation.
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