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Difficulty while trying to have intercourse

By Anonymous March 24, 2012 - 7:59am
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HI,me and my husband are trying to have intercourse,but he feels difficulty in entering inside me.after a lot of practise he can enter now,but not able to ejaculate inside.
As we are trying to conceive,he believes that inserting after masturbation would also help sometimes,as the fluid would go inside.I am not sure if this would help.Can you please if such kind of activity results in pregnancy.Am 28 and he is 30yrs,and married for a year now.And also advise what could be the reason of not having proper intercourse and enjoy.


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hi thanks for the reply..
we did use a lubricant initially,but still he could only enter but not ejaculate inside.we try only during the ovulation period.his foreskin comes out and he feels ticklish :) and pull out soon...
does that happen to everyone or he should get used to it.

please advise..

March 25, 2012 - 6:14am
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Hi Anonymous,

Thank you for your question and welcome to Empowher. If there is a difficulty entering your vagina, have you tried some sort of lubricant?

Secondly, if he ejaculates inside you, this can result in pregnancy although you must be ovulating at the time. Sperm must enter the vagina to get pregnant is he masturbates first or you two have intercourse as long as the sperm enters YOU.

For the enjoyment of sex, I would certainly try to get KY Jelly or some other sort of lubrication and that may help as dryness in the vaginal area will cause discomfort for you and him. Hope this helps. Keep us posted.


March 24, 2012 - 9:26am
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