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    lrogers0967 Posts: 6, Reputation: 1
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    Jan 1, 2008, 10:25 PM
    Can he actually enter too deep?
    My boyfriend and I have been having sex for about a month now. He has an average size penis and the sex is amazing. But afterward I always get a pressure feeling in my abdomen. Could he be thrusting too hard and going too deep into my vagina?
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    Jan 2, 2008, 02:10 PM
    No, I don't think so. Like you said, he had an average size how can he goes too deep inside? If and only if you had small size vagina. And pressure feeling in your abdomen is your excitement. Is that helps you?
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    Jan 4, 2008, 01:57 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by lrogers0967
    My boyfriend and I have been having sex for about a month now. He has an average size penis and the sex is amazing. But afterward I always get a pressure feeling in my abdomen. Could he be thrusting too hard and going too deep into my vagina?
    Yes it is possible that he is going in to far or that even you still might be to tight.were you a virgin before your b/f now.cause when me and my fiancÚ have sex, she can feel it in her stomach and she says that it hurts her.im not trying to brag but she tells me my penis is way to big.so maybe tell him just to not go in so deep or just slowly go farther and farther and maybe your vagina will lossen up some.
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    Jan 25, 2008, 12:32 PM
    The same thing happens to me after sex sometimes. It goes away and it doesn't really hurt, but it feels like I'm bruised inside. If it is too uncomfortable, ask him to slow down or not go so hard, but if the sex is amazing and the discomfort goes away, I say let it go. I deal until it goes away. I've had period pains worse and the sex is great :)
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    Jan 26, 2008, 04:17 PM
    During arousal and sex, the female internal organs draw back making the vagina deeper. It may be that he is thrusting too deeply too soon. The pressure feeling is from a bruised cervix usually. The cervix is not terribly sensitive to light touch but definitely reacts to pounding (or opening for a baby.)

    There are two G-spots. One is near the vaginal opening and there is one in farther. Both are on the belly side of the vagina. Some women really like having their cervix bumped during sex, some do not. He probably just needs to slow down a bit. In is where it's at for most guys. For women, in can be a very personal, and sometimes painful violation if she is not ready.

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