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Tilted uterus AND no pleasure from clit

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Hi guys,

Im new here. I pretty much signed up just for this problem me and my girlfriend have. As the title says, my girlfriend has a tilted uterus AND lack of pleasure from the clit. I dont know what to do. Nothing I do pleases her. Penetration causes her pain, shallow penetration 'feels weird' to her, and clitoral stimulation is non-existent. She does not even like me orally pleasing her clit. ANY advice would be great; this is very difficult for us.
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replied July 9th, 2011
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She should see her ObGyn. What you are describing is not normal. Her tilted uterus should not cause her any pain during penetration. Just during deep thrusting. Most of the nerve endings in her vagina is around the opening. That is often the only place a women will feel anything during penetration.

It does sound like she has some issues with her own body and sexuality. If she was more comfortable with it, she would have figured out for herself how to pleasure herself. It does not sound like she did that yet. It will be very difficult for you to pleasure her if she cannot even do it for herself. Her ability to orgasm from clitoral stimulation is the most important thing for her sexual enjoyment. Without that there is the emotional aspects of sex that can be fulfilling for a woman without an orgasm, but eventually she and you will become frustrated and start to resent sex. So you might want to look at one of the many books that will teach her how to accept her sexuality and explore it. It is either that or therapy to teach her that. Look on your favorite online book seller's web site for the keyword 'orgasm'.

As a male it is difficult to think that a woman does not know how to masturbate and orgasm. Women are however very different from men.
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replied July 10th, 2011
Thank you. I will try this advice
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