• 8 days ago

    Unable to respond to sexual stimuli

    As a young woman trying to explore her body and intimate relationships, I was excited to start having sex— unfortunately I found that not only do I not enjoy penetration, but any attempt at stimulation to my vagina from another person feels altogether uncomfortable. Penetration usually hurts, and even when it doesn’t it begins to feel raw after a while, and I usually can’t tolerate it for very long before I have to stop. Any attempt to touch/lick the clitoris results in an uncomfortable, overstimulated feeling, and even rubbing and touching my breasts and nipples doesn’t elicit any arousal.

    This is very concerning and frustrating to me, especially considering that I’m an extremely horny person. I want to enjoy sex, and masterbation just isn’t enough anymore, to the point that I sometimes have to relieve myself 4 or 5 times a day. Even masterbating just consists of grinding up against my hand- no actual penetration. What should I do? Is there something wrong with my body? Is there any way I can fix it?

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  • 8 days ago

    RE: Unable to respond to sexual stimuli

    HI I think your stressing over some real simple things to get you to orgasm's but attempt's of sex could be from two things one is your not getting wet enough before having intercourse, so you either need more foreplay or you need a lubricant, these you can buy or just use some very simple coconut oil, with this your get lots of slip and with the side effect it fights YI's and is very good for your vaginal skin.

    So The second of what it could is vaginismus, which I hope it not, so.

    Vaginismus, sometimes called vaginism, is a condition that affects a woman's ability to engage in vaginal penetration, including sexual intercourse, manual penetration, insertion of tampons or menstrual cups, and the penetration involved in gynecological examinations (pap tests)..

    Last I don't really know how far you sexual ED goes but it may pay you to go to visit www.dodsonandross.com, on here you find the answers to all sex questions you cant find answers for, well your find there, and a whole lot more, there is so much on there your be there for days and then some, and then your still go back.

    NOWHARD
  • 8 days ago

    RE: Unable to respond to sexual stimuli

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with your body. During arousal we produce lubrication but we don't produce fountains of the stuff; it's easy for membranes to quickly become dry and things to become raw quickly. There are many sexual lubricants on the market to help with this. In addition, the clitoris itself has an incredible number of nerve endings and often direct touch of this results in overstimulation. Touching GENTLY AROUND this area is often better. Teach your partner this.

    Gail