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    Don't feel it is fully inside..!!!
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    An_256070 posted:
    I don't feel like dick of my husband is fully inside me, whenever we involve in intercourse. On the other hand, he says that it is...!!

    Also, size is okay...its more than 4. There is slight pain at the start but after few minutes I don't feel anything... Although, I feel pleasure but I don't think it hits the g-spot or does it..? How to know..?

    Or is it something related to lubricated protection that I don't feel the way, I should...Well, I'm really confused.
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    jesshl08 responded:
    I have been dealing with the same thing! My husband is hard but as soon as he gets in the vagina I swear to god his penis wants to high tail it out of there? It literally drops to about 2 inches and doesn't even get in and bam he's done? I seriously haven't had a big -o in 15 years!! I am ready to scream! He has been dealing wit ED he was giving viagra,cialis and another pill and refused to take them! I don't know if my hormones are changing or it's been SOOOO long but I swear I could jump on the first big hard one I find! It's fustrating!
     
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    bigred53 replied to jesshl08's response:
    Jess don't you masturbate? I have always felt that I'm responsible for my own orgasm not my partner. Imo couples should help each other but I don't expect my partner to 'make' me climax. I can do that myself thank you very much.

    Michelle
     
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    nohard replied to jesshl08's response:
    Hi Jess, Some men just cant face the facts they have a problem, even though it hits them in the face, and ED is one of them, even though there not getting hard the have troubles talking about it.
    But at least he has got some pills, but just wont take them? yes
    I think he could do with some kind of counselling, needs to talk through things to find what's at the bottom of his thinking towards his sex life and his erections.
    Its OK my wife nudged me and said when am I getting sex again when my ED come on, Viagra did not work for me, gave me bad side effects, so as this is Greece had to go my own way, did it all with herbs and a hormone, I have whole lists if he wants to go that way, I will tell you now it works, and works well, see with drugs you need to take them when you think sex is coming, my way he would be ready anytime you wanted him.
    If interested please come back.
     
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    nohard responded:
    Hi Perhaps you should try it without the lubrication your using, stick a pillow under his bum and get on top, see how it fills that way, try it both ways, meaning facing and away from him, my wife used to love both ways.
    See how you get on, sorry for the pun.
    Good Luck
     
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    billnjenn responded:
    Is this different than sex used to be, is/was with other partners?

    Few women orgasm from intercourse on a regular basis, many never have. Most never feel a g-spot pleasure. Almost all nerve endings that send pleasure to the brain are located at the entrance of the vagina, not 4, 6, or 8 inches inside.

    Having children and aging can also affect how much deep inside feeling you may get. The vagina adjusts to almost any size penis, but as we age or have children it may not get the job done as well, they even operate to correct those issues. Too much lube can be a factor.

    But if you are looking for pleasure and an orgasm, it's at the opening and the clit that will get it done, not inside.

    Try different positions and a dildo to experiment with different sensations in different parts of your body. Easiest to discover these issues during masturbation. Once you inkstand your body you can apply it to sex with your partner.
     
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    dfromspencer responded:
    Take charge, sit on it! If that doesn't do it for you, then use a vibrator, a dildo, anything you like? Make yourself more responsible for the big o! Actually, you should make your hubby do some work!!! Make him take his time, and give you lots of foreplay! I'm guessing your hubby doesn't know how to have intercourse with a woman? Perhaps he is nieve??? He probably could use a sex coach?


    Good luck!!!


    Dennis
     
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    An_256070 responded:
    Thanks to all...!!!
    Some of my doubts are clear now.


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