You might try having sex in the woman on top position so that you can control the penetration. And before trying again, you might take several days – even as long as a week – off of sex to give your body time to heal. Perhaps your vaginal entrance has not had time to heal and so it keeps tearing again in the same place.
To reduce the risk of vaginal cuts in the future, you may want to use a water-based or silicone-based lubricant, which can help to reduce friction. Also, some women find it more comfortable to “sit” on their partner’s finger so that they can maintain control over the pace and roughness of fingering.
Sex may feel dry and your girlfriend may be more prone to small vaginal tears, which can result in small amounts of bleeding during or after sex. Most women will experience small vaginal cuts or tears at some point in their lives.
During sex, my partner usually masturbates me. Lately, he’s been pulling my foreskin a little too far back. It feels good most of the time, but sometimes it’s uncomfortable, and I’m afraid it might tear my frenulum. Is this possible?
The last time my boyfriend and I had sex we decided to try a different position which he found quite enjoyable, but I unfortunately, did not. Not only was it initially painful, I also bled during this experience. Is this normal?