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Everytime i'm goin to have sex with my boyfriend...i get this excitement. But after 10mins of having sex the feeling goes away. It's like i'm not interested anymore. I only have to pretend my feelings are still there so my boyfriend doesn't get fed up with me. I'm really worried.
Ignore that last post. The person didn't understand your concern.
Let's claarify: You're saying that when you anticipate being sexual with your bf, you experience desire, and when you first begin being sexual, you're turned on, but then you get turned off. Is that right?
In order to give you some further information, I need more detail. Does the pleasurable feeling disappear during penis-vagina sex only--or does it disppear before that? Do you feel any pain during penis-vagina sex?
Thanks doc. There is usually no pain. The pleasure goes away as soon as the penis gets in. I just get turned off and dnt want to continue. But i find it hard to disclose that to my bf. I only pretend to be enjoying it so not to hurt his feelings. I feel so bad doc. I need ur advice.
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