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My GF she with me last 1 year and whenever be intimate in that time be choice multiple positions and she is satisfied also most of time .
But as before earlier first time I intimate with her she is vargin at the tym that time ok it's panic but in my cash it's different like every time she is suffered from pain.that pain like she feel it's like 1st time ?
So plz suggest me how to solve this my GF problem ?
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Sex is likely to be uncomfortable if she is not relaxed and aroused. Make time for foreplay and try not to think of penetrative sex as the main goal, as penetration will be painful if the vagina is not lubricated. Can also try using a lubricating product. If still finding it difficult to have sex, there may be an emotional reason or anxiety that's causing problems. Also, pain can be caused by a variety of things, such as an illness, infection, or a physical or psychological problem. Speaking to a counsellor or sex therapist can help deal with underlying worries.
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