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Bleeding during and after sex w/pain during intercourse.

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 22, 2007
  • 09:02 PM

I can't get a diagnose. From the first time I lost my virginity. I've never had an orgasm. I don't even know what an orgasm feels like or what to expect when one happens. I don't have moderate nor heavy bleeding during and after sex. I have mild bleeding during and after sex. I have pain during intercourse. Love making is suppose to feel nice relaxed and wonderful. Not tensed, painful sex with bleeding included and no orgasm. I've never had pleasurable intimacy. Could somebody out there give me some advice? Or which specialist should I seek? And what tests are needed to conclude an accurate diagnosis? I for once in my lifetime I would like to have an orgasm. I want to know what it feels like to have an explosive, intense excitement at the height of sexual arousal release. And to have intimacy without pain nor bleeding involved. I would appreciate any good sound advice or someone who has this experience and know what I'm going through. Or know of the correct medical specialist I should seek.
Thank you.
Sincerely,
Cynthia:(

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  • Well Cynthia, it sounds like your lover is pretty poor in the romance and technique department. If you want to have an orgasm, get your own. Invest in a vibrator. Any will do. Put it on your ***t until you drive yourself crazy...feel better???? Next, when you are emotionally safe, use a vibrator while having him in you from behind. It will change your world. Or just masterbate when he is in you from behind. Too bad if they don't like it. Why should you have sex and risk all the disease and pregnancy stuff and not enjoy it. Be sure and use a condom. Learn to put it on the guy and make sure it stays on during sex. Learn to pinch ithe tip before putting it on him. Always check that pinch or it can rip. Well, you probably need to see this doctor in Santa Barbara who specializes in hormone therapy. The bleeding is a concern and you may lack progesterone. You might be able to find an endocrinologist to run some blood work or an internist, but they will want to run other tests on your uterus first. You can try acupuncture to help with the bleeding.
    Monsterlove 2921 Replies
    • November 24, 2007
    • 09:12 AM
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