A 27-year-old female asked:
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i find sexual intercourse difficult.its painful and my husbands penis is larger than my vaginal entrance.i feel dry.think im still virgin. plz help!

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Dr. James Lin
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Good lube, foreplay: Good foreplay and lubrication should come first for your condition. If penetrating difficulty continues, consult an expert. Meanwhile, collect your past sexual history and how you and your husband have tried. Generally speaking, most women's vagina can adapt to the "over-size" penis in time. Just imagine the size of a fetus although the physiological status at giving birth differs. Good luck.
Answered on Feb 17, 2014
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