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See answer: Given the limitation of space in this format and the fact that pictures are truly often better than words, especially in this regard, i think you will find your answers and more by doing a google search for "intimate sex positions for a fat couple" and going to the links to the various websites. Appropriate use of pillows, experimentation, imagination, and an open mind are the keys to fun/sucsex! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Danger=not worth it: Normal positions for sexual intercourse between a man and a woman should not be dangerous. If an position makes someone feel at risk of danger then they should stop what they are doing. You should always advocate for yourself in feeling safe with your partner during sexual relations. ...Read more
Why is it when me and my boyfriend try new positions it kind of hurts for a little biit but if we do what we usually do it doesn't hurt?
Tissue: Your tissues need time to acclimate to the new tensions. ...Read more
Is it normal to sometimes have pain during intercorse like everytime I have inercorse with my husband its painfull but not in all the positions just on some
Sex : Sex should always feel good and residual pain is a sign that your partner is being too aggressive or too deep. If you are experience severe pain with sex, talk to your doctor as this could be anatomy related on your end. Some sexual positions can facilitate deeper penetration which can be more painful to a woman. Ask your partner to be gentle. Pain is always a sign that your body has been traumatized. It is your body telling you that a certain position is not recommended and can cause further trauma. ...Read more
I have a blurry spot in my vision. It's a constant spot and doesn't change positions. What could it be?
Retina?: A small fixed blurry spot in the vision usually represents a macular problem in the retina. Sometimes, this is just a benign process but it's a good idea to get it checked out. There can be swelling like in serous chorioretinopathy or an early macular hole. See your ophthalmologist soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Try not switching: Is it you, partner or both who want to switch positions? Certainly psychologically possible if you are feeling great in original position and don't really wish to switch. Could be that you basically don't like a different position or find it stimulating. Could be due to prolonged erection without ejaculation & are switching to try and achieve orgasm. First try & discuss with partner. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Trial and error: Try using your hand to stimulte her clitoris at the same time. This may work better with "doggie" style sex. Or try to stimulate and delay vaginal penetration. An other method is to try and contro orgasming by taking deep breaths as you get excited. Or check out "tantric sex" via google, it comes from ancient india. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was on top and my husband came inside of me. Do certain positions help? I was not ovulating but does that really matter for a 26 old? We are trying.
Ovulation is key: Position does not matter at all - not one little bit - use the position(s) you (both) enjoy. On the other hand, ovulation matters 100%: you must ovulate and even for a 26 y.o. the ONLY time you can get pregnant is around ovulation, so timing is very, very important. Good wishes. ...Read more
Pain in left hop area and weakness in certain positions. Less pain when I am standing. Sitting is worse.?
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