I'm 16 I lost my vriginity when I was 14 but I was not ready at all and I only had sex one time after that and I bled a lot.... I hadn't had sex since then until last weekend I had sex Andre was bigger than the guy do first had sex with. after a bit the condom broke but we noticed right away so this isn't about pregnancy. I was in a bunch of pain afterwards it hurt to move and I cried. I don't know what to do I'm afraid I messed something up because I know I should be in that much pain it hurts for days that was on Sunday and today Is Friday I'm still in pain. Can anyone give me advice of what to do? My mom knows so its not a secret but I'm scaredView Thread
What if I can't stand the thought of sex like I don't get turned on by that. I've never had an orgasm and sex has been a painful experience for me I honestly don't like sex? Is that normal? Is this some sort of phase teens go through? How can I fix this?View Thread
I haven't gone to the doctor but the pain stopped. My mother thinks its all because I'm just not hard to having sex and after waiting such a long time my body just never got used to it. Should I still talk to my doctor about it?View Thread
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