My girlfriend and I have been attempting to have sex for just over 2 years now. Of course, at first it was extremely painful for her and we would have to stop after 2 minutes because she just couldn't take it, but I was understanding and she wanted to work through it. Since then we have tried consistently, at least once a week, and it has not gotten any better-in fact it seems to have gotten worse, if that's possible. We've tried everything: different positions, different lubes (and lots of it), different condoms and even without. We've tired things like drinking alcohol before, using muscle relaxers, even meditation, not to mention the stereotypical date night followed by sensual massages and foreplay. She has gone to 2 different gynos, had tests done and nothing seems to be wrong yet she can't get past the 2 minute mark without almost crying in pain. Even going into the first 30 seconds she starts digging into my arms with her fingernails.
Not to get too detailed but I'm not a pornstar, I'm at 8" when large and when we do it I can't get anything more than just the tip in, if I even let a little more in she screams in pain and pushes me out and we can't continue. It's come to the point where I don't even want pursue sexual contact because there's so much frustration an anxiety in it. This is the last possible place I can turn for help, so please help. What can we do to get different results?View Thread
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