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can stretching occur in the vaginal region without any type of stimulation?

By Anonymous June 20, 2009 - 9:15pm
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recently my bf left for days and we did have sex before he left but that was all. Now once he got home and came to bed he and i both felt the immediate differance. now he thinks i cheated simply due to the fact that i was considerably looser. can some one please help me save my relationship.

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I'm wondering why the other factor did not come into question here: that your boyfriend's erection was not as "substantial" that one evening, and therefore, sexual intercourse felt different for both of you?

Each time you have sex, there are so many factors that can change: depending on your cycle, the walls of your vagina can "feel" different due to hormones. More or less lubrication can also make your vagina feel "tighter" or "looser" at a particular time, too.

Men also have changes in their erections. These can be slight or noticeable, but every erection is not the same. He can be aroused and have a "full erection", but may not be experiencing as much engorgement of the penis as usual (again, could be unnoticeable) and intercourse can feel slightly different.

The vagina can stretch to accommodate a nine pound baby's head, shoulder and hips, and the vagina does stretch back to "normal". Please know that having sexual intercourse with a man (as suggested by your bf thinking you cheated) would not alter your anatomy.

What else is going on in the relationship, that you would be accused of this? How long have you two been together, and do you mind telling me how old you are (just by decade: teens, 20s, 30s, 40s, etc.)? Does your bf go out of town frequently?

June 21, 2009 - 5:20am
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