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Jun 8
19:26
I seen someone post something similar to this and wanted to share my experiences. I have been sexually active since summer of last year, the first few times sex was sore/uncomfortable. But as I done it more the discomfort went away. Now, certain positions feel better/worse than others. For example, I hate doggy, it’s too sore and uncomfortable! Where as missionary or cowgirl etc feel good. Sometimes, over the last few times of having sex in my “comfortable” positions (missionary etc) I’ve noticed slight discomfort. This could be because I’m too dry? Maybe not 100% turned on? So I make him go slower. Does this sound normal and okay?
 
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Jun 8
19:28
*It’s not sore, just kinda like I have to get used to the feeling again kind of? Does that make sense?
 
Jun 8
19:33
Are you doing enough foreplay? At least 30 minutes focused on you? Also try using lube. Sex should never be sore/uncomfortable and if it is then you need to stop.
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Jun 8
19:38
sounds like your cervix is being hit. foreplay helps elongate your cervix allowing your partner to go deeper.
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Jun 8
19:40
@Hissteria yes, usually it starts off with a little discomfort but as I relax more into I think it goes away?
 
Jun 8
19:41
@nikeyxo yes I think we do enough foreplay, I think it’s just initial feeling if discomfort
 
Jun 8
19:51
do you get 30+ mins?
 
Jun 8
19:53
@nikeyxo I think so, I’m not really sure
 
Jun 8
20:48
I also don’t like doggy. That position the guy is able to go deeper with penetration. He is probably hitting your cervix and that’s what makes it uncomfortable. Lube can definitely help. Enough foreplay completely focused on you is super important as that’s how your body becomes aroused and ready to have sex. If it’s uncomfortable you should stop and you need more foreplay.
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Jun 8
20:51
Thank you for all your responses!
 

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