another problem guys.......I don't know if this is bad or normal.
a few times during sex i have swelled up straight away afterwards and stayed that way for a few days and on one occasion my boyfriend has also swelled up and his penis looked like a marble had some how lodged its way underneath his foreskin. Also on those occasion i have bled the tiniest ...
Is there an explanation for this....i havn't been able to have an orgasm since i lost my Virginity to my boyfriend a year ago...even when i get horny only a little tho, not alot, nothing seems to happen...why is that?
Is there something wrong with me because when i lost my viginity to my boyfriend a year ago, i havn't had a single orgasm, ive been enjoying sex but havn't had one.
Is there an explanation for this??
please help me out because i want to be able to enjoy sex alot more and i turn 18 in 3 days so please help me.
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