Q&A: Clit Sensitivty During Sex, Mixture Between Pleasure And Pain

The female clitoris is full of nerve endings and is consequently one of the most sensitive spots on a woman’s body. Because of this enormous sensitivity, some women enjoy direct stimulation of their glans clitoris. For this same reason of sensitivity, however, some women do not enjoy direct stimulation as it may feel uncomfortable or even painful.

Q&A: I Bled During Fingering. Should I Be Concerned?

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.

Q&A: Pain From Using A New Vibrator

Vibrators are commonly used by women and men, and they are rarely associated with negative side effects such as discomfort, pain or injury. That said, vaginal sex, anal sex and masturbation – with or without a vibrator – can all result in negative side effects such as genital itching, burning, irritation or tearing.

Q&A: Clitoral And Vaginal Dryness, Vaginal Discharge

My clitoris is constantly dry and sometimes I can see some white, slightly yellowish discharge on my underwear. It’s not flaky, and it has a delicate bread-like smell. My vagina is not very dry, but during intercourse it takes time for juices to start flowing. There is no itching or redness. What could be going on?

Q&A: Genital Cuts, What is the Risk of a Torn Frenulum?

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?

Q&A: Semen Allergy: Could I Be Allergic to My Boyfriend’s Semen?

When my boyfriend and I have sex and he ejaculates inside me, I get a really bad burning feeling in my vagina. It gets red, too. It just feels very irritated; this only started recently. Assuming we’re STI-free (we plan on getting tested next week), could I be allergic to his semen?

Q&A: Changes In Amount And Consistency Of Semen

Lately I have noticed a dramatic reduction in the amount of semen I have. The semen is often clear and watery. When I start to get close to ejaculation, this testicle often will not cinch up in the scrotum or if it does it will make a slight “cracking” sound, like cartilage.