My partner said that when he enters inside me, he feels something like a barrier or a lump. This kind of barrier hurts when touched. What can it be? Because of this, I can’t have normal sex. (I have never had sex before.)Updated 10 April 2023 under Ask Us.
You are not alone, pain with penetration is a lot more common than you think! However, it is hard to know what the barrier or lump may be that is […]Read more »
Not everyone who has sex for the first time will bleed. For those who do experience bleeding after their first sexual experience, it is usually spotting but not heavy bleeding. […]Read more »
In general, you can usually prevent vaginal dryness and dry skin by avoiding irritants. An “irritant” is something that causes “irritation” which can lead to redness, dryness, peeling skin, or […]Read more »
I’m 19 and a virgin and have a septate hymen. Is it okay to have sex with a septate hymen or should I get it removed first? Please help!Updated 22 November 2017 under Ask Us.
You can see in the picture below of the “septate hymen” that you have an extra band of hymeneal tissue that is partly blocking the opening to your vagina. Ask […]Read more »
Is it normal to bleed A LOT when losing your virginity? I don’t understand why, and I’m quite nervous, to be honest. It was my first time and my boyfriend had to stop because I couldn’t handle the pain.Updated 30 April 2015 under Ask Us.
It is normal for some women to bleed the first time they have vaginal intercourse but at the same time some women don’t bleed at all, and that’s normal too. […]Read more »
When a woman feels aroused or interested in having sex, her vagina makes a natural lubricant that helps glide a male’s penis into the vagina. It also helps if the […]Read more »
No. Your vagina produces natural lubrication that makes intercourse comfortable. Lack of lubrication may be due to you not feeling aroused or from taking certain medications. Sometimes vaginal soreness can […]Read more »