The first time a woman has sex, it may or may not be
painful.There may be psychological and physical reasons for it. If you are
not sure about your partner or if you are not entirely convinced about the
timing and place, then you may feel more pain than you should. If you and
your partner truly care for one another and he is gentle and understanding
and will go slowly, then there may be less discomfort. Physically, often,
the first time a woman has sex there will be some bleeding as the hymen is
torn. Using large amounts of a water-based lubricant may help. If you have
been using tampons, that may have helped to stretch your hymen.
First time intercourse may or may not be painful for a
woman. It is entirely a personal experience and can't really be generalized.
It is basically breaking of the hymen that causes the pain. It is believed
that if a woman is properly aroused at the time of penetration it lessens
thew pain to a great extent. Those who feel pain, have psychological and
physical reasons for it. Any kind of apprehension or doubt regarding the
partner, place or timing of lovemaking, can make it hurt more than it
normally does. Using a water-based lubricant will help in reducing the pain.
G-spot refers to the most
erotic zone of the female body. The highly sensitive part is located within
the vaginal opening and plays an important role in bringing a woman closer
to a climax. G-spot stimulation can also lead a rare ejaculation in women.
The significance of the G-spot is that in about half the women it is a
highly sensitive area that under the right conditions can be very
pleasurable if stimulated. For some it is a primary source of stimulation
leading to orgasm during intercourse.
What is the clitoris and where is it?
A small organ consisting
mainly of highly sensitive nerves is located near the opening of the vagina,
is responsible for sexual excitement in women. It's a small part that plays
an important role in achieving an orgasm. A clitoral orgasm can be achieved
with or without penetration.
Persistent pain in all the positions should prompt a visit to your
gynaecologist for a thorough checkup.
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What is oral sex? Can oral sex lead to pregnancy?
Oral sex refers
to stimulation of the genitalia using lips and tongue. It often includes
kissing, sucking and licking. It does not include penetrative sex and
therefore does not lead to pregnancy but can surely be infectious. Always
use a condom to save yourself from catching STDs and sexual infections.
Flavored condoms are a good choice for oral sex. Also do not indulge in oral
sex if you have any cut or wounds in your mouth, on your tongues or lips.
Is it okay to have sex during periods?
Sex during periods is
absolutely normal. People in general avoid sex during periods because its
messy. It is a proven fact that women experience a higher sex drive when
they are menstruating . Also sex during periods is more enjoyable as the
vagina is soft and moist.
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Is it normal to feel pain during sex or What could be the reason?
Pain during sex may be experienced due to a number of reasons. Pain on
initial penetration is often due to infection, spasm of the vaginal muscles
or inadequate lubrication whereas pain on deeper thrusting is often caused
by endometriosis, adhesions (scar tissue), a retroverted (backward-tilting)
uterus or fibroids. If it hurts in a specific position simply avoid it. On
the other hand if almost all positions hurt, or even many of them, see
gynecologist for a complete and detailed check up.
What do i do if i miss my periods?
What could be the reason for a
missed period depends on your lifestyle. If you are in a sexual
relationship, first thing to do when you miss your periods is to check for
pregnancy. Get a home kit, its easy to use. If you have just started or
stopped taking a pill, your body might be just reacting to a foreign
entrants, or the absence of a familiar body respectively. For a virgin,
missing a period might imply hormonal imbalance, sudden change in lifestyle,
some undiagnosed disease or infection. See a gynecologist.
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What is the safe time to have sex in order to avoid pregnancy?
There is no such thing as safe period for having unprotected sex and
avoiding pregnancy. But there are some days when you are less likely to get
pregnant. 8th to 21st day of your cycle, counting from the first day of
menstrual period is the fertile period. Make sure not have unsafe sex during
the fertile period. Usually 4 to 7 days before and after your menstrual
cycles is considered to be safe. The best way is to maintain a diary of your
cycles and keep a track of when you are ovulating. Usually after your
ovulation period unprotected sex will not lead to pregnancy.
What are the chances of pregnancy if my guy uses a condom?
are largely successful at preventing pregnancy. But there is always a
probability of a condom getting torn while sex. In such a case, nothing can
be guaranteed and its advised to go for an emergency contraceptive.
What are common STD's and how can I be save myself from them?
are sexually transmitted diseases that may be acquired by sexual contact
with a person already suffering from them. The most common sexual and
sexually transmitted diseases are Chlamydia, Scabies. Pubic Lice, Gonorrhea,
HIV, Herpes, Molluscum Contagiosum or Water Warts, Thrush or Candida,
Trichomoniasis, Hepatitis, Bacterial Viagnosis, Chancroid, Syphilis,
Mycoplasma Genitalium and Genital Warts. While most of them are curable but
watch out for the ones that are not. All of these diseases have different
symptoms and can be easily identified or diagnosed. Abstinence from sex is
the only way to ensure 100% prevention against STDs. For those who wish to
indulge in sexual pleasures should practice some basic precautionary
measures to save themselves from acquiring sexual as well as sexually
transmitted diseases. It is very important to be faithful to your partner.
This reduces your risk for catching sexually transmitted diseases to a great
extent. Get yourself and your partner checked for STDs before indulging in
any sexual activity. Always, always use a condom for sex. Though it is not
100% safe, but is a great help.
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