It depends on what kind of pain you are having. If its a strong pain when he pushes in then he is most likely hitting your cervix. I have this problem with my boyfriend from time to time because he is above average and hits my cervix quite often. The best thing I can suggest is to try different positions. Some positions don't allow full penetration, such as laying on your side with him behind you. You have to be very careful with positions such as "doggie" because its much easier to hit areas that cause pain. If it is because he is above average in size then I would discuss it with him that he needs to be mindful of how deep he thrust or that you need to try a position that is more comfortable to you. I hope that this helps.View Thread
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