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Tips for Virgin Brides: Overcoming Difficulties with

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If you are a virgin bride about to get married or already married but struggling to achieve penetration, then this blog post is for you.

Many women who are virgins face difficulties with penetration, and it’s a topic often shrouded in silence. While many people boast about their great sex lives, the reality is that numerous individuals are struggling, including virgin brides unable to achieve penetration. Some couples have been married for one, two, three, or even ten years without successful penetration.

Here are some tips to help you overcome this issue:

Understand Your Hymen

The first step in resolving penetration issues is to understand your hymen. Is your hymen penetrable? Here’s a picture to help you identify your hymen type:

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There are different types of hymens, as illustrated above. Some hymens are open and penetrable, while others are not. If you have a hymen with an obstructed opening, you should see your gynecologist. However, if you have an unobstructed hymen and still struggle with penetration, stop attempting penetration right away. Book a session with me, and let me help you achieve painless penetration. Book your session here

Other tips to explore if you have an unobstructed hymen and are attempting penetration for the first time

Take it slow and prioritize foreplay
Don’t rush. Take it slow, allowing ample time for foreplay and exploration of each other’s bodies. A slower pace allows the body to adjust to the sensations. Foreplay helps relax the muscles, build arousal, and create a deeper emotional connection with your partner.

Use Lubricant
Even with arousal, vaginal lubrication might be insufficient. Using a water-based lubricant can significantly enhance comfort and reduce friction.

Explore Different Positions: Finding comfortable positions can be key. Certain positions may cause discomfort if they hit the cervix or irritate sensitive areas. Experiment and find what feels best for you.

Communication is important! Talk openly and honestly with your partner. Communicate what feels good, what excites you, and what feels uncomfortable. This creates a safe space for exploration and ensures a mutually enjoyable experience.

Many people may believe that first-time sex will hurt, but it does not need to be painful. Open communication, understanding your hymen type, clear consent, and a slow, deliberate approach can make the first time more pleasurable.

For more personalized help, book a session with me to achieve painless penetration and enjoy your intimate moments. Book your session HERE

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