I know exactly what you are talking about, you cannot feel him inside of you like you used to. Maybe you could or couldn't orgasm when he was in you, but you felt him in you. I had a D &C and an ablation, after those procedures I couldn't feel my lover inside me either (have you had a surgical procedure?), I felt him when he penetrated me, but after that nothing. No pressure, no sensation of movement, nothing, like your canal was void of feeling....it is quite dewomaninzing.....i am very sorry.......I do not have an explanation.....everyone has looked at me like I was crazy...and I am sorry.....I do not have an answer as I also have herpes and have not enjoyed intercourse for some time.....but you are NOT ALONE.View Thread
I know exactly what you are talking about, you cannot feel him inside of you like you used to. Maybe you could or couldn't orgasm when he was in you, but you felt him in you. I had a D &C and an ablation, after those procedures I couldn't feel my lover inside me either, I felt him when he penetrated me, but after that nothing. No pressure, no sensation of movement, nothing, like your canal was void of feeling....it is quite dewomaninzing.....i am very sorry.......I do not have an explanation.....everyone has looked at me like I was crazy.....View Thread
I was in your shoes not that long ago. Try a total of 14 years celibate. Yes, I also found that the breakdown in the relationship caused me to make some bad choices, including overeating, not taking care of myself, entereing into an affair, ddrinking way too much. I highlyl recommend seeking professional help first. If sex is becoming more of an issue, as it was with me, why are you staying with a man that cannot accomodate your needs as well. Sex is a very remedial and basic part of an intimate, loving, partner relationship. I felt as if I were asking for the world, when I actually wasn't. Look at most couples, they hold hands, kiss, and hug, I NEVER got any of that. it wasn't until the world blew up in my face that I realized some internal changes needed to take place. My ex also suggested that I find someone to step of to the physical plate he could not accomodate. Long story......I lost my house, my job, and my self respect. Again, I cannot urge you enough to see professional counseling!!!!!!! Since it has risen to the top of your to do list.....hence the need to slash tires and kick puppies......you NEED to talk to someone who KNOWS what they are talking about.....and not some dime store knuckle head.....while friends mean well....they seldom see the BIG picture. I am still in the process of mending as it seems people fail me daily.....please do not get discouraged....remember you have a friend out there who feels the discomfort.....STAY POSITIVE!!!!!! And yes, I too have a weight problem......goes up goes down......its a pendulum.......View Thread
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