Did Not Experience Any Sensation After Penetration Into The Vagina?
Good afternoon, I am 26th iqmal, why when having sex with Mr.p’s wife did not feel anything when he entered the vagina, please enlighten me for further treatment.
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Need to clarify, how long have you felt this complaint? Has it appeared since the first time you had sex? Are there any other complaints you experience, for example, control disorders for bowel movements, numbness in the lower abdomen, pelvis, and so on? Have you had any injuries around the genitals?
Generally, men, especially those who have just had sexual intercourse, experience a high sensitivity by doing penile penetration into the vagina. This sensitivity can decrease (not completely disappear) along with the increasing frequency of sexual intercourse due to a process of habituation.
However, if you feel that you don't experience any sensation at all after penetrating the vagina, then the possible cause is related to:
Small penis size (micropenis) Reduced vaginal muscle tightness, for example due to lack of exercise, aging, a history of injury or surgery in the pelvic area Nerve disorders around the penis and sex organs, for example due to injuries, infections (eg leprosy, syphilis), diabetes, stroke, multiple sclerosis, etc. You should visit your doctor directly so that you can do further tests, whether your condition is a disorder, or is it just part of the habituation process. What you need to do in the meantime, namely:
Encourage your partner to be diligent in exercising, do Kegel exercises regularly to tighten the pelvic and perineal muscles Always keep your intimate organs clean Avoid unhealthy sex Do not use condoms or additional sexual lubricants during sexual intercourse, unless recommended directly by a doctor Increase relaxation, avoid excessive stress Hope it helps ya ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah