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Vaginal tightness causing pain and blood

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  • Posted By: jennie31
  • August 2, 2011
  • 00:34 AM

My GYN hasn't been a help with my issues. I don't have abnormal growths in my vagina, infection or cervix trauma. I am well lubricated also...

I think it's important to state that from the age of 5 to 15 I was regularly raped and sexually abused. I'm 31 now.

I have had consensual sex two times. The first time when I was 20, my boyfriend could not penetrate me in the missionary position saying I was too tight. Then on all fours he was able to penetrate and I no longer felt pain.

The second time was when I was 28. The man was able to penetrate but kept commenting on how tight I was. And I was in pain.

I've tried to not tense up. I felt no worry or concern during the sexual encounters. I knew I was safe and loved. Maybe someone can help me figure out what could be wrong. Is there a such thing as being "too tight"? What can I do?

---------------- The tightness is an issue as well when I had my boyfriends put their finger/fingers in me and thrusting. I bleed a lot and it's hard to get in there.

I thank anyone who has read all of that. Please help. It is almost leading to a possible break up because he fears he's hurting me and feels SO bad.

Thank you.

- Jennie

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  • You are probably suffering from vaginismus. Go and see another Ob/Gyn.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • September 10, 2011
    • 07:02 AM
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  • Hmmm yes you have to see some other gynecologist he should solve some of your problem, i think you problem is very cureable
    brianwhitskey24 15 Replies
    • September 15, 2011
    • 11:30 AM
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