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Clitoral Pain

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  • Posted By: Girlie_19
  • September 6, 2007
  • 06:40 PM


I am a 19 year old girl from the Netherlands, since i start masturbating several years ago i started to feel a lot of clitoral pain after a while of painless stimulation. At first i can stimulate my clitoris without any problems, i am completely aroused and it feels great, but after a while of painless stimulation (variating from 30 seconds to several minutes) it starts to hurt a lot wich makes me stop stimulating.

Since 2 and a half year i got a boyfriend, and when he stimulates me I got the same problem. We tried both masturbation as Oral sex but without any results. We even tried using a vibrator but nothing seems to work. The feeling is absolutly great, and i am completely aroused but no matter where, in what conditions or how we stimulate i still get that pain. Because of this i am not aroused any longer, the sex stops instantly and therefore i have’nt been able of achieving an orgasm in my life. My libido is much lower because of this.

I really want to know what i should do, because i want to have sex longer, more often and most of all i want an orgasm(wich i can’t achieve during intercourse either). Is there someone here with the same problems and maby solutions? Can we do something about it? do i have to go to surgery or is it something else??

thanks for your help

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