I am 29 year old who got married a month ago. I am a virgin when I and my husband have tried intercourse to no avail. The experience is extremely painful for me. Both of us have done decent amount of research and have tried various positions,used a lubricant but to no avail.
I think i need to specify that i have not had anykind of vaginal penetration - no tampoons/ fingers before getting married.
Post marriage during sex, based on remmendations on sex health siteswe tried insertions on smaller objects - in this fingers but my body will no accept any more than one finger.
I have regular periods.
Can i get the hymen removed surgically ? Is this surgery done my a regular surgeon/ gynecologist ? How much does it cost ? How long does it take ? What is the post operative care? How soon can I have sex after that /
yes i have gotten this precedure done when i was 16 because i wasnt having my period,i tried before to have sex and it was very painfull and nearly impossible, i suggest getting it surgically done, just a small incision, the rest, you know who can do :)
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