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something wrong with the sensory nerves in my vagina

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I have only been sexually active for the past three months - I can feel my husband as he penetrates the vagina but after that I cannot feel him at all, neither when he touches my cervix and nor can I feel his semen when he ejaculates - is there something wrong with the sensory nerves in my vagina / can I do something to improve this? I only climax when I am on top and never when he is?


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replied June 27th, 2011
Sexual Health - Women Answer A24433
Hi,
Welcome to the ehealthforum and I am really glad to help you out.

There’s nothing wrong with the sensory nerves of your vagina. Cervix is not sensitive to the touch or pain as it is bereft of any sensory/pain sensitive nerves.

You need to ask your partner to prolong the foreplay so that you can climax even when he’s on top.

You can keep on stimulating your clitoris during the intercourse when he’s on top and that should help. You should share all your feelings with your partner for a better enjoyment of the sex. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.



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