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it was my first time that i was having sex with my bf, at first it was really painfull. after that it was easy but i didnt feel anything during sex. can you help me find what's the problem.


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replied November 29th, 2011
Sexual Health - Women Answer A28992
Hi,
Welcome to the forum.I am glad to help you out.

What you have gone through is perfectly normal. Initially, when the vagina is not properly lubricated, there’s pain during the penetration.

However, once the vagina is properly lubricated, then one may not feel the penetration of the vagina by the penis. Hence, you need not be overtly concerned about the same.

You need to ensure that you have a prolonged foreplay so that adequate juices are formed in the vagina and the sexual intercourse is an absolutely painless one. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.



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