Hi. I'm 20 years old female and I don't feel nothing during intercourse and it's very frustrating. I've been in a relationship for a year, my boyfriend does know about this problem since the begining. I can feel it inside me, but I don't feel any pleasure. I do feel desire to have sex, every time. I can orgasm while mastrubating.
So much "drama" about sex and I don't even know what does it feel like. It's not a psychological problem, I'm sure of that... Is there any solution ? Like a surgery or something ? :( I'm so stressed out and this problem has occupied my mind, like totally. :(
Yes. I agree w Remar . Plus it's a good idea to have one orgasm ( or more) before intercourse. Are you sensitive a your "g" spot?
Different positions are better than others too. There's a modern Kama Sutra book that is all pictures. It explains positions & what they're all about. Pamela
You may add exercise like female deer exercise, Navel Lock, Nauli kriya.Google these words to know full details. Practicing them may solve your problem. These exercises are good for general heath as well.There are videos on Naule kriya( isolation and revolving abdominal parts)
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