I am 24, I am married with 2 children and a husband. I had used a heated vibrator since I was 15, and I damaged my clitoris and it has caused me to become loose about the same time that I met my husband about 2 yrs ago. I had a rectocele surgery that my doctor didn't even think I needed, but it did not help. I saw 2 more dr's for a second opinion, but they could not help. I can barely feel anything during sex, nor can my husband. And even when I insert tampons it is very clear to see that I am no longer tight anymore. In fact I feel a MAJOR difference. I always feel insecure that my husband will cheat because of this, even though I am pretty, and have things going for me, it is plain fact that men crave a tight vagina. I have tried kegels, and even bought a kegelmaster, but it doesn't help much. Does anyone have any suggestions, or know if this damage is repairable?
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