I've been having the same problem for 5 yrs now..It started when I had my daughter, actually when I became preggo (at 17)..now im 23..sometimes Im so afraid to do it with my bf too, its been like this for 5 yrs..sometimes he says he cant feel me cuz its so wet..I mean he tries to make me feel better by saying wow u must be turned on..but Im freakkin wet down there even wgen Im not turned on and before we do it..It also makes it hard for me to feel his penis even when its hard..and hes pretty big!..because of this we have to use a condom all the time (although we should be anyway)...but it helps keep the wetness off...weve been ogether so long, obviously theres time we wanna go without a condom,,but we I have to stop, and I have to wipe tlike 5 times until its dry..I hate it I feel like an ocean, ladies,If any of you find anything that works please let me know...I officially dislike sex :(
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