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Feels like I keep ripping during intercourse? Is my husband too big for me?

Feels like I keep ripping during intercourse? Is my husband too big for me?

Not really: There are couple conditions that could explain this sensation of ripping, one vulvodynia and another skin condition called lichen sclerosis. Vaginitis could also cause this tearing sensation. The vula and vagina are very forgiving organs and usually conform to the partners organ. ...Read more

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I have 2 half uteruses my son was in right one after having him during intercourse it feels as if my husband is hitting something on right side?

I have 2 half uteruses my son was in right one after having him during intercourse it feels as if my husband is hitting something on right side?

Exam, US: You need to see your doctor and they will need to do a pelvic exam. They may also need to send you for an ultrasound to see what is going on. ...Read more

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How can you rip a condom during intercourse?

How can you rip a condom during intercourse?

Several Ways: Condoms that are old (beyond expiration date), ripped while putting it on, use of an oil based lubricant (vasolene, baby oil), oil based lubricant on skin or hands, friction without enough lubrication, etc. ...Read more

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My husband can never feel himself ejaculate during intercourse. Is this normal? Is there any other way to be sure he has "finished"?

My husband can never feel himself ejaculate during intercourse. Is this normal? Is there any other way to be sure he has "finished"?

Retrograde: ejaculation is a possibility. it's when the ejaculate goes into the body rather than out. A urologist can be of help. Peace and good health. Also, some medications can prevent ejaculation. Again, a doc can help. ...Read more

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Deep pain during intercourse. Is he just too big for me?

Deep pain during intercourse. Is he just too big for me?

Probably not: This is called "deep dysparunia" and can be associated with pelvic muscle and floor dysfunction. This can sometimes be associated with trauma, short leg syndrome, mva and other issues. It could also be a chronic infection. You should start by seing your doctor for a thorough gynecological exam to evaluate for these other possibilities. If this is negative, consider osteopathic manipulation. ...Read more

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Do most women rip or get a episiotomy during labor? Im terrified because im so sensitive there even when me and my boyfriend have intercourse.

Do most women rip or get a episiotomy during labor? Im terrified because im so sensitive there even when me and my boyfriend have intercourse.

Episiotomy: It is common for women to tear perineal tissue during delivery, especially if it is their first child. The degree of tearing varies but rest assured that all physicians are trained to help you deliver with minimal tearing. It is not recommended to perform routine episiotomy during every delivery- it is up to the discretion of your physician. Be sure to discuss your concerns with your ob/gyn. ...Read more