Me and my girlfriend have been in a relationship for 4 years this June. It's been great, I love her very much and we get on like a married couple. We're both 18 and in our second year at sixth form. The only problem is things aren't working downstairs. We try to engage in sexual intercourse as much as we can but it hurts her almost every time if I penetrate. Other sexual activities such as oral work for her but just not penetration. Sometimes we have to stop completely leaving both of us feeling rather upset about it. I'm her first partner and she has never had sex with anyone else, and the same applies to me.
She has been to see the Dr about it but the Dr doesn't want to know and is not helping at all.
This is making both of us depressed and although we have a very strong relationship, we're being tested.
I love her so much, but the monthly bouts of depression are getting too much.
Does anyone have any advice for us please?
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- 23-03-2013 11:36
- 23-03-2013 18:39
See a different doctor or go to a sexual health clinic. See if lube helps
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- 23-03-2013 18:45
She should see a different doctor. Sex isn't supposed to hurt and her GP should be willing to find out what's going on.
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- 26-03-2013 08:15
i advise you see a doctor!! if you find that too embarrassing maybe encourage her to get a couple of sex toys that she can use herself to get herself used to penetration. this way she can learn her limits and when she's ready to do more she can do it at a rate that she's comfortable. also sex toys are great for learning more about your sexuality and can really be a confidence booster.
Not to mention, if she's a sharer you can use them on her