About a week ago, I decided to have sex with my fiance for the 1st time (I was a virgin before that). I'm 20 and an Asian so I'm really tight and well, he's an American and he's big. It took us a while to finally get him all the way inside me. He started thrusting and it hurt a bit inside but it was still ok, but then he pulled out a bit too much and thrust back in and i felt really painful. I figured I was bleeding and he told me the part where the skin comes together at the bottom of my vagina had ripped apart. We decided to let it heal for about 4 days, then I didn't feel the pain anymore and wanted to tried again. But when he got about 1/3 in, it started bleeding again. Can anyone please tell me what I should do? Apparently i'm too tight for him. Im not sure how to explain this any better. English isn't my 1st language.
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