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No sensation in vagina

Posted In: Sexual conditions 28 Replies
  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 14, 2009
  • 07:21 AM

I have absoultely no sensation in my vagina what so ever, the sex I do have isn't pleasurable for me and the only reason i've been doing it is for my BF who i haven't told about this condition yet. No matter what Health Care Forum i try to post on for it help it doesnt matter

can anyone help

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  • Sorry,I don't know about this.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies Flag this Response
  • WoW first time i hear about this......mmhh i think go and see a Dr maybe you can get a vitamin or somthing i'm worried for your part girl go and see a dr asap this is not normal at all No sensation down there i'll go crazy.... :) Good Luck
    Anonymous 42789 Replies Flag this Response
  • Have you tried clitoral stimulation? Have you tried masterbation? And do you find that there is anything that arouses you?
    jagar100 5 Replies Flag this Response
  • My wife has the exact same thing. I'd love to chat with you, because she feels alone in this matter. We have tried testosterone which helps only in ridiculously high dosages (not recomnended) I am seeking a doctor with a brain that will help me increase her progesterone, and get a prolactin blocker. We have tried vitamins, supplements, sex gear, you name it. I have spent years researching this an other things, and I feel that I am now more qualified than some doctors. If this last thing doesn't work. I will just have to shoot her (just kidding). My wife has not sexual arousal sensation. Might as well be having sex with the back of her knees. She regrets having told me because If she feels nothing I just stop my gig. But i am not going to pound away when she is not feelingi t. Iam looking to help her. Some men can't handle it and take it on the ego. Know your man before saying anything.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • December 18, 2010
    • 03:14 PM
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  • I wish DorianB would have registered, so others like his wife (me) could have contact with each other. I have seen 3 gyn, 3 neurologists and a few other doctors for this same problem. Except I don't have much feeling outside either. I have received no answers or help from any doctor, except medical bills from a few uncovered insurance claims. I do have pelvic veins, but have been told they would not cause this. My problems started right after having other vascular issues, had some numbness (100%) for about 2 weeks 'there', and then I noticed the loss of sensation. None of it has ever changed, just gone. I have a tiny spot with very little feeling there, but that is it. Wish I had more information, to actually help. Luckily my husband is 'supportive' like DorianB. But it is not easy to deal with after 20 years of normal activity and sensations.
    surflo 4 Replies
    • January 26, 2011
    • 11:52 PM
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  • Wait do you mean no feeling at all or it just doesn't feel good. If it is the latter the other suggestions are actually helpful. Try fingering yourself inside facing out word towards your stomach somewhere between 1-3 inches in should be you G-Spot also if it were a clock it would be somewhere between 11 and 1. Once you find the spot try to guide him towards it. Find what works best early sex is often about experimentation. IF YOU HAVE NO FEELING WHAT SO EVER! If it is NUMB. See a sexualogist as soon as possible.
    brigham07 2 Replies
    • February 9, 2011
    • 11:19 AM
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  • Wait do you mean no feeling at all or it just doesn't feel good. If it is the latter the other suggestions are actually helpful. Try fingering yourself inside facing out word towards your stomach somewhere between 1-3 inches in should be you G-Spot also if it were a clock it would be somewhere between 11 and 1. Once you find the spot try to guide him towards it. Find what works best early sex is often about experimentation. IF YOU HAVE NO FEELING WHAT SO EVER! If it is NUMB. See a sexualogist as soon as possible.I mean exactly what I posted, I went from being 100% normal with having all sensations (at age 40, and knowing exactly what felt good), and within 3 months time (over 2 yrs ago) lost almost 99% of all sensations, with a few occassions of (100%) numbness lasting a few days at a time. Only one specialist had an idea, the treatment failed, further surgery is recommended by another. Whoever a "sexualogist" is, they would not help my problem is not mental. I have seen some of the top specialists in the nation, and I have been told not to have any surgery without an exact diagnosis, to avoid further nerve dammage. I also used to have normal, urgency sensations for urination, but not anymore. I am currently waiting on a referral for one of the top urologists in my area and trying to get in with a uro-gynecologist. I experience spinal cord injury like symptoms, with no real spinal cord injuries, other than 4 discs that have compression fractures for reasons unknown. The doctor I saw for the discs, said the ones affected would not cause my symptoms. I also have some vascular issues, but none of the specialists I have seen have any answers. I am just trying to find someone with similar symptoms for support and possible further knowledge of other specialists to possibly visit in our country.
    surflo 4 Replies
    • February 28, 2011
    • 04:07 PM
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  • I have a similar problem, I do not have any sensation 'down there' either. But I've never had any feeling there.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies Flag this Response
  • Hi. I have a similer problem aswell I had my daughter nearly 4 years ago I have lost my sex drive and all sensation down there I am currently in a relationship, it is affecting our relationship. Its putting so much strain at home stressing us out and constant fighting over it I really need help I'm afraid while I was giving birth to my daughter that she could have dammaged my nerves, need help we are at breaking point
    katkelly1992 1 Replies Flag this Response
  • Same here! Suddenly, I don't feel anything, like pleasure inside my vagina. I can still get aroused through the clitoris, but I never had problem getting pleasure while he's in me. Please let me know if you "fix" this. Thanks.
    Anonymous 0 Replies Flag this Response
  • Hi, I also have no feeling inside my vagina. I do feel some in the clitoris, but not enough to to orgasm. It has been like this all my life, I am now 30 years old and have no children. I can feel pain but nopleasure, when I am with a guy he really might as well be sexing up a bent knee, only with extra stretching pains normal for someone who does not have sex often( what's the point?) I know my partners can tell something is different and do not want to see me again after. I want a fix.
    Anonymous 1 Replies Flag this Response
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  • Hey. I have the same problem. I'm seeing a doctor now but they haven't figured out why yet. She thought I was talking about numbness, but it is more like if someone poked you in the arm you feel it, but it doesn't arouse me. You aren't alone. I'm 23 and this has been this way my whole life. I've never felt any pleasure only sometimes pain with myself and others. It has put strain on my relationship when I finally broke down crying.
    Anonymous 1 Replies
    • October 20, 2015
    • 09:01 PM
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  • I have the same curse of no feeling anymore inside the vagina. My boyfriend had to use foreplay for me to climax then we would get it on so he could climax. I had feeling and then suddenly I didn't. I was still a virgin then so I never had the chance to climax with a man during intercourse. It is a curse us unlucky ones are stuck with.
    Anonymous 1 Replies
    • November 10, 2015
    • 04:28 AM
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  • My wife has just confessed that she is experiencing the same lack of vaginal sensation that has been described above, but still has clitoral sensation. It seems that is has ruined our sex life for the last 3 years as she kept this from me and has also resulted in a almost non existent libido. As the guy I would advocate upfront truth as withholding the information has tortured me unfairly and has not helped either of us.

    With all the common stories in this thread are there no positive results or outcomes? Is anyone "managing" this syndrome with a happy alternative sex life that they and their partners enjoy? Please register and reply to these threads if there is some name established for this syndrome or you have some advice for the suffers and their partners to build on.
    Anonymous 1 Replies
    • January 4, 2016
    • 00:32 PM
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  • I'm glad I'm not the only one
    Anonymous 1 Replies
    • January 16, 2016
    • 08:39 AM
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  • Hi, right now I cannot believe how ignorant people are, the is nothing wrong with us women at all, it all comes down to the MEDICAL fact that there are no sensitive nerves in the vagina, stop beating yourselves up over it. Too many women think there is something wrong with them and there isn't, fact is our bodies are different to mens. Childbirth would be impossible with sensitive nerves there.
    Anonymous 1 Replies
    • January 24, 2016
    • 09:51 PM
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  • The woman above is correct. Women CAN'T feel things in their vaginas as there aren't any nerve endings, except round the rim of the entrance.
    Penetration is crap for women.
    Anonymous 1 Replies
    • February 11, 2016
    • 11:36 AM
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  • What irks me are the men who deny this fact, like it is their fault, not natural biology, maybe it makes them feel like less of a man, destroys their ego, to fn bad ...
    Anonymous 1 Replies
    • February 26, 2016
    • 02:49 AM
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  • I had the same issue, learning about chakras especially the sacral chakra really helped. It really all in our minds. Hope this helps.
    Anonymous 1 Replies Flag this Response
  • Can someone please help me/give me some advice?

    I'm 27, never had kids, and have drastically lost sensation in my vagina within the past year. I was never one to be quick to orgasm, but now I can barely orgasm at all. My poor boyfriend is sometimes down on me for 20 minutes and I'm not even close to climax. I have a good quality vibrator which I've used alone and during sex and most times it's like "I f***ing give up!" because I just can't orgasm (even with the volume on high). For the rare occasion that I do, they're very short and small. I recently bought some luna beads hoping that they would help, but so far no change.

    My boyfriend is good in bed and I have a high sex drive, so that's not a contributing factor. He is aware of my problem/issue and is trying to be patient with me, but I can tell that he's even getting frustrated at times.

    I don't know what to do and he doesn't know how else to help. Can someone please help me/us?
    Anonymous 1 Replies Flag this Response
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