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I have never had sex before and barely ever use tampons. And when my boyfriend fingered me it hurt pretty bad, I was wondering if that was normal. It doesn't seem to feel good at all it just feels like I have to pee, and we have tried more than once. I was wondering if there was a chance that he could be doing something wrong, I'm not sure what to do myself. We have tried using lube as well and his fingernails are always short. help please


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replied March 9th, 2011
Vaginal and Uterus Health Answer A20580
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
The pain sensation that you feel while stimulation could be due to sensitive hymen, hymen getting hurt, vaginal injury, infection in vagina, vaginal dryness etc. The sensation of urination after the fingering could be due to orgasm and impending female ejaculation. You can let go and see what happens next. A discharge of clear odorless fluid would suggest possibility of female ejaculation. If the pain and discomfort continue to be present, consider visiting your doctor/gynecologist for examination and vaginal swab/smear to look for infection and injury and get started on appropriate treatment.
Take care.



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