My wife has a small pussy. When we fuck, she says it’s painful. What can we do?

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  • Michael Castleman says:

    Like other body parts, vaginas do vary somewhat in size. But her size probably has little to do with her pain.

    First, she should get a gynecological check-up. There are quite a few medical conditions that cause pain on intercourse. The vast majority can be easily treated.

    If she doesn’t have a medical problem, then I suggest you explore the details of your lovemaking. Depending on how you make love, it can feel either heavenly or excruciating.

    How long do you play before you attempt intercourse? Sex therapists recommend at least a half-hour of kissing, cuddling, gentle, mutual, whole-body massage, and oral sex before any attempt at insertion. Time spent in foreplay allows the woman and her vagina to relax, self-lubricate, and become more receptive. Rushed intercourse often causes pain.

    Do you use a lubricant? Many studies show that lubricants make intercourse more comfortable for women and less likely to cause pain. Saliva is a good one, another reason to provide her with oral sex before inserting. Or use vegetable oil or a commercial lube available at drug stores (near the condoms). And beyond preventing pain, lubricants enhance the pleasure of lovemaking. For more on lubricants, read my low-cost e-article: Lubricants: The Slippery Secret of Sensational Sex. It comes with a money-back guarantee through PayPal, so no risk for you.

    How do you move inside her? In porn the men often fuck the women with a furious piston action. That can cause pain. Do it with a slow, gentle grind. That’s more fun end less likely to cause pain.

    For more on sexual pain and 130 other chapters on all aspects of lovemaking, I suggest my low-cost e-book, Enjoy The Best Sex of Your Life. It, too, carries a money-back guarantee.

    I wish you great sex.

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