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I have had a few different sexual partners in my life and i have never had any feeling in my vagina during sex, it's numb. I thought it would change as i got older but it hasn't. I want to know if there is anything i can do? I am in a stable relationship at present but no matter what we do nothing changes. I can only climax through clitoris stimulation. Any suggestions would be appreciated!!
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replied April 22nd, 2009
tandy, i have the same problem. i dont have any solutions, but if u do find any can u please let me know as well.
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replied January 29th, 2010
i m a married women and i have the same problem but if u can do any thing for me please let me noe
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replied March 5th, 2010
u guys i got the same issue i saw a gyno and he told me its has something to do with the nerve. Its Hard and very frustrating. i buy toys nuttin help
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replied June 5th, 2010
loosing arousement
im also have the same problem..im 27 yrs old.. i am a married woman but i dont feel the pleasure when we are having sex with my husband.. im too young to experience it... sometimes a very little pain only in my vagina is all i can feel.. what can i do to solve it..??
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replied November 24th, 2010
hey
im having the same thing can u guys please tell me what i can do to resolve this. i cant get pregnant either:(
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replied January 28th, 2011
fadila .. im the same i cant feel a thing and i cant get pregnant ive been trying for 2 years now Sad
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replied March 27th, 2011
Im am in the same boat as all of you....please let me kno once any of you have found a solution to this very frustrating problem
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replied April 4th, 2011
most women expect they will feel more during intercourse than reality shows. Most women will never have an orgasm during intercourse without clitoral stimulation. for some women the intercourse actually can keep them from orgasming. if you want to be more aware of sensations in your vagina you could try something like a fire and ice condom. It makes you more aware but at the same time I find it much to harsh. Many men cannot handle the sensation. Point being it would be more normal not to orgasm during intercourse without stimulating the clitoris than to orgasm. I found meditating and learning senate focus let me feel more. This was enjoyable yes, but not causing an orgasm. Sometimes you just have to enjoy the experience for itself and not make orgasm a goal. Sometimes its easier when you don't try.
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replied August 28th, 2011
I have the same problem. And though everything Jessica said is very true, my problem is deeper than that. I have heard from actually every single one of my girlfriends that they can't have an orgasm from just intercourse. But they all also say that intercourse does feel good, it's stimulating, it turns them on, it increases their heart beats, it makes them sweat. I don't experience any of these feelings. I can feel the penis inside me, but just because something is touching me...not because it feels good. Gosh it's so frustrating!!
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replied October 25th, 2011
no sensation during sex
I have the same problem :/ feel so lost n helpless but good to see Im not the only one I've been doctors about it and she said maybe Im uncomfortable but i have been with my boyfriend 2years now lets hope they find something. Let me know anyone
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replied November 20th, 2011
Medications
Intercourse FEELS GOOD in sexually healthy women. I used to have full vaginal sensation and intercourse felt good, the way it is supposed to.

I then lost 100% of sexual sensation. Nerve damage has been ruled out by a famous doctor in Female Sexual Dysfunction. Something else is going on.

After 2.5 years of research I have found a common denominator. People who experience no sexual sensation are/have typically now/in the past take any of the following: an antidepressand or Accutane for acne. The symptoms can appear years AFTER getting off the drug.

If you have been on any of those medication, then that is likely the cause of no sensation. There are plenty of forums on the internet that discuss this particular issue. Unfortunately there is not cure, yet.

Again, NO, it is not normal to feel NOTHING during intercourse. It is supposed to feel good.
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replied March 14th, 2012
It probably has to do with nerve damage. The reason why I have nerve damage is because during surgery my nerves got exposed. You may want to see a neurologist .
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replied March 15th, 2012
I used to be completely unable to orgasm through vaginal stimulation; only clitoral would work, and then only sometimes. What I found to help is "clenching" the vaginal muscles. It's really a weird thing, and I don't know how to describe it, but basically, just stick a finger up your vagina and try doing things with your vaginal muscles. If you can feel them move, then you're doing it right. Then feel around, try applying pressure different places. See what feels good, if anything does. Sometimes it might take a while to realise that something feels really good, but when/if you find any area inside your vagina that feels good (any section of skin; mine is towards my urethra about 1/2 cm in for a bit more than an inch. When I clench and thrust my fingers against the bulge that forms there, it's really wonderful), just keep that in mind, and try to find a way to stimulate it during intercourse. That's really my only suggestion. I used to have less sensation in my vagina when I was younger and didn't masturbate as much, but since I've had my first vaginal orgasm, it's gotten easier and easier over time. I used to orgasm about 1/10 times, now it's closer to 1/2. Try different external stimuli as well; imagining different things. You might have one kink or another that could help you out. This is just what worked for me; it probably won't work for everyone. I still have less sensation than I think I should, but I CAN orgasm, and I DO feel some things more acutely than a year or two ago.
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replied April 6th, 2012
I feel the same and its really killing me,please help me.
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replied November 3rd, 2012
Same here, it's all frustrating. My g-spot has shifted again. I enjoy forplay better than the real sex. I rarely have feelable orgasms. Sometimes I don't feel the orgasm and my vagina still release the liquids. So my husband thinks I had a major orgasm, but I can't feel it. Toys no longer works for me. But try clitoris excercises, by tightening the vagina and counting to 20 then releasing the pressure. try this a few times a day. Stress can do a lot to damage your vaginal feelings. Another is weak muscle tones, I had two kids, one year apart. The Dr. said I didn't give my body time to heal after the 1st pregnancy.
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replied March 2nd, 2013
thank god its not just me! my gp was useless and just said my partners probably dont know what they are doing but thats nonsence,ive been sexually active for 6 years and ive had my fair share of relationships,this problem is ruining what should b a big, fun part of young life! ='( its actually starting to depress me
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replied April 19th, 2013
Whenever I have sex it seems like I should be feeling more... The penis usually just seems like a foreign object inside me. I feel it moving but it is not particularly exciting. I have found five partial solutions to this problem:

1) Onece I used Amol : It's a herbal alkohol based solution with mint/eucalyptus and other herbs. Because of the alkohol it's not good to use it regularly but from time to time it's ok. It has a strong cooling effect particularly on the areas which are being touched after application. This helps me feel the penis much more vividly.

2) Instead of in-out in-out I ask py parner to just stay inside... for a while. I discovered I actually find it arousing when it is not moving at all. Sometimes afer a while of this my vagina becomes more sensitive and then also slow movements start to feel good.

3) We also tried very shallow penetration - one inch, just the head of the penis goes in. This bit of my vagina somehow has more sensation... especially when I don't get distracted by the frantic movements inside... and its GOOD for HIM too because the head of the penis is stimulated intensively in this way.

4) 60% of the times it also helps when he puts the tip of his finger (jus a little bit) into my anus or strokes me there... while taking me from behind

5) Using LOOOOOOTS of lubricant, indecent amounts!
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