• over 2 years ago

    Low pelvic bone causing problems during intercourse

    I've got a really low pelvic bone (fact check this, I'm not an anatomy expert) and it's preventing sex to the point where my partner can't fit in. I'm still a virgin but I can fit fingers in there if inserted in a curve, which is obviously not the natural shape of an erect penis. I've noticed that I can feel the bone on the wall of my vagina (low down, near the opening) and I can also feel it near my urethra and my clitoris. Is there any positions/ techniques which will make it easier, or can I get medical intervention to fix this? Also, will this affect my ability to have kids when I'm older?

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  • over 2 years ago

    RE: Low pelvic bone causing problems during intercourse

    Hi Have you tried having sex from different positions just to see what happens then, have you tried using a dildo or a vibrator?

    Do you use tampons, do these go in or are they being stopped? If yes it could be you have a very strong hymen as that would stop any kind of penetration, if so you really do need to see your doctor, it would be best with your problem, then you could get then get to having real good sex life. OK

    NOWHARD
      • over 2 years ago
        I do, but they always have to be pushed in back then up. I've also been suspecting the hymen issue, although I did horseback riding as a child so I didn't think it would still be there. We've also tried a few positions, to no success.
      • over 2 years ago
        That sounds more like a problem of application. We often have difficulty getting the right anglewhen we start using tampons. Try aiming backwards rather than upwards.

        As for sex, try rear entry positions (doggy, spooning, etc.).
  • over 2 years ago

    RE: Low pelvic bone causing problems during intercourse

    Well like fcl has said doggy or spooning but they say there is 69 of them, have you ever sat down with a mirror and had a look at your vagina, so you understand your own body, Dr Betty Dodson says it a great way for self help.

    As for your hymen you could have an extra thick one that even horse riding would not break, when you man is getting inside you does he just come to a stop I think it about 2 to 3 inch's in? then that could be your hymen, it just needs to be nicked and cut open by your doctor or gyno, suggest you go see either. OK

    NOWHARD
  • 9 days ago

    RE: Low pelvic bone causing problems during intercourse

    Hi, I know this post was made two years ago, but I was wondering if you had figured out any way to engage in sexual intercourse. I have a friend who described the same exact problem and is unsure what to do about it. If you have any advice, that would be very helpful. If you do see this and can offer anything, email [email protected] Thanks