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painful sex. please help.

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  • Posted By: aussiegurl
  • December 10, 2006
  • 06:44 AM

my bf and i have had sex for the past 3 weeks on a daily basis. i am aroused before, but when he gets to about 5-6 inchs inside i experience these sharp stabbing pains. i have found that these pains are getting worse as we continue to have sex. i was a virgin before we started having sex, and i cant work out why the pains dont go away. please help.

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  • Since you two have been doing it on a daily basis non-stop, it may be because you haven't given your tissue time to heal yet. try using lubricant.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • December 10, 2006
    • 07:51 AM
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  • I agree with the first post. give it a break. your insides need to heal. i have been married for 5 years and if we wait too long or do it to often i get sore. So give your self a few days. also try oral sex first this stimulates you and helps with the lubrcation. also make sure you are on birth contor or your next post will say.... I AM PREGANANT. it is free at the local health dept, and no one has to know.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • December 31, 2006
    • 02:00 AM
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  • I dont know how big your bf is but when you say when he gets 5-6 inches inside you I wonder if maybe he's just a little too big for you and going or pounding you too deep. I know myself that I get sharp stabbing pain if Im with one who is long and they go too deep... in other sexual relationships Ive been fine. So Im just saying.. size can cause pain. If that is the case try other positions which do not go in so deep. Also it probably would be a good idea to have yourself checked by a doctor.
    taniaaust1 2267 Replies
    • January 3, 2007
    • 08:09 AM
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  • I also agree that taking a break may help. Also, if you were a virgin, the position of your cervix would be about 5-6 inches of depth into your vagina. If bumped or pressure being held onto your cervix can be painful if you aren't use to it. And more than likely, unless your boyfriend has ungodly long fingers you aren't use to it.:) This may be causing the pain and can also cause menstral like pain after sexual intercoarse. (Even though my husband and I have been together for a long time and have had children together this can even cause pain and cramps for me at times, much less in someone who isn't use to it.) Changing position may cause less pressure on your cervix.Also, I'm not sure if you know that physicians advise you to see an OBGYN after your first time of having sex, no matter how young you are. We have had girls come in for what we call "reproductive check ups" as early as age 13 at the doctor's office that I'm a nurse at. You can go to your local health department to get a check up or more info on where you need to go. And don't forget, if you tell a doctor it is confidential and if you don't want anyone (like parents) to know about it that's okay. Taking care of your body is a lot more important.
    NurseCJT 25 Replies
    • January 3, 2007
    • 08:59 AM
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