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    Anonymous because people I know come on this forum.

    I'm really worried about the lack of sensitivity in my vagina. I tried inserting fingers on numerous occasions and I couldn't feel anything from it. I thought fror ages though that it was just a lack of knowing what to do, so I just vowed to keep trying and see if I worked it out eventually.

    I read a lot into how most women don't feel anything from penetration so I didn't think I was particularly abnormal. However, I am extremely worried now.

    I bought a vibrator a few days ago (just a basic one) and I tried it out but it just didn't do anything for me at all. I literally only felt something vibrating inside me; no pleasure whatsoever. I might be naive and misinformed, but I thought that vibrators were supposed to do the trick? (I really hope I am wrong)

    Do I have a serious problem here? I'm still a virgin so I can't say whether sex would be any different. I'm inclined to believe though that I have no feeling down there at all

    Help? I'm getting really vexed about this
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    Clitoral masturbation tends to be the normal with women. Vaginal penetration isnt the 'best' sensation for a lot of women as there arent many nerve endings (apart from the first inch). So yeah. Clitoral stimulation- try it.
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    Clitoral masturbation tends to be the normal with women. Vaginal penetration isnt the 'best' sensation for a lot of women as there arent many nerve endings (apart from the first inch). So yeah. Clitoral stimulation- try it.
    Yeah I forgot to mention that clitoral stimulation isn't a problem for me. Just I can't feel anything anywhere else
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    Yeah I forgot to mention that clitoral stimulation isn't a problem for me. Just I can't feel anything anywhere else
    I cant with just the one/two fingers when I am relaxed. But everyone is different. Can you feel anything around the opening? There are a few nerve endings there...Doesnt have to be a problem really! You can just stimulate yourself whilst doing other things with a partner when you need to. They would understand! Its not uncommon.
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    I cant with just the one/two fingers when I am relaxed. But everyone is different. Can you feel anything around the opening? There are a few nerve endings there...Doesnt have to be a problem really! You can just stimulate yourself whilst doing other things with a partner when you need to. They would understand! Its not uncommon.
    Yeah I can feel some sensation around the opening. It isn't great though tbh.

    I'm just a bit putout that I can't feel anything at all. I knew that most women couldn't come from penetration alone but I thought that I'd at least be able to feel some sort of pleasant sensation. Although having said that, I've never had sex so can't tell for sure what I'd feel from that. Thanks for your help anyway.
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    I'm like you on this one, altho i've actually had sex and really don't feel anything too pleasurable from it :\ I feel more when he uses his fingers than actual intercourse.
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    It can take time to get used to new sensations as pleasurable.

    When aroused, many women enjoy the feelings of being 'full', and/or having the muscles at the entrance to their vagina stretched by something moving in and out, and/or having something pressing against the front wall of their vagina, and/or having something inside when they orgasm, and/or... but as I say, these can be acquired tastes.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm like you on this one, altho i've actually had sex and really don't feel anything too pleasurable from it :\ I feel more when he uses his fingers than actual intercourse.
    ^^^, even if the 'more' is just soreness.
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    From personal experience, the vagina responds better to pressure than to sensitive touch especially if you've got the right angle (G-spot enthusiasts will know what I mean...) google the G-spot and how to find it. It's not there for everyone though so don't be disheartened if you can't find yours...
 
 
 
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