My vagina feels numb because I cannot feel anything when my husband and I have sex. It neither feels good or bad. It's also very difficult for me to have an orgasim. I can have one sometimes if I am on top, and if I use a stimultor (but that is on the clit). I should be feeling something, and I need to know what the problem is.
i have the same!! :/
im 17 and when me and my boyfriend have sex i feel like i can hardly feel it :S like its part numb and it is actually scaring me :( have you found out what it could be? im meant to be going doctors on tuesday to tell them, cause its not just there that feels numb my whole body keeps feeling half numb and ive started getting dizzy and having panic attacks and im really worried :/
did you go to the doctor yet? sounds like it could be something with your thyroid possibly? i had the same sort of symptoms and found out i had hyperthyroidism when i was 18 years old. its not big deal, easy to treat.
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