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I have been married 7 months , and sex is really very painfull

By August 18, 2009 - 4:01am
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first sex is very painfull, i enjoyed more if it is from out side or with fingers , when my husband wants to have sex with me and i am totally ready , i became dry , or it hurts alot, we change positions and i asked him for more foreplay before , he is a pilot and we cant have regular sex as he is always tired.my brain in sex is working and i dont feel orgasms at all, only if i watch porn movies alone , i did by my self without my husnads knows. how ca i enjoy it, my husband told me that my legs is tight and i cant open them although i have agood health but i became afraid, how do women enjoy it in full intercourse ? i need to enjoy it , it makes me feel bad and my husband told me that i dont enjoy . although i love him . what shall i do? do women have oragsms through penertation?
by the way i am 36 years old and after sex or during sex i feel burns

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thanks alot for your information, he is very supportive, but i have in my mind that he met many girls as he is a pilot and he slept with many women and he has a good experience in sex, i was virgin , and i want to perform in the best way i can, but i wasnt enjoying it , i was faking the whole issue, but twice or 3 times i was enjoying this, my question now ? should i have orgasm while intercourse with my husband ? men usually feel very happy if they feel that their wifes will have orgasm and they feel that they did something perfect and good.

I will start using lubricants ? that might helps, any suggestions? i might have infection so i will go to a doctor?

now i want to know ? how mentally i should be prepared for sex with my husband? what i should do ? what women do to enjoy it , can i read anything please advice.

August 25, 2009 - 1:47am
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