Small Vigina Pictures Girlfriends Vigina Too Small ?? ... Or Penis Too Big?!!?

Girlfriends vigina too small ?? ... or penis too big?!!? - small vigina pictures

If you have sex with my girlfriend it hurts ... Use lubricants .. have a lot of preliminary ... and I take my time with you ... Finally there is the image that is nothing but harm and everything that does not .. Realba thang, but when it hurts ... Day that I ventured a look and see what the damage .. ya .. I ripped the sides of the VAG .. bleeding ... Then he stopped to have sex for a while to heal, and things happen in his time .. I. .. So we thought things were well healed, so he tried again and even went with a lot of blood ... I do not know what to do ... I like to help me ... Neospora lubercation? .. Should I go to the doctor? It is done and has all the other ...


Silver Prodigy said...

Yes forego safe sex and take to your doctor or your gynecologist to see. Repeated bleeding and pain after a relationship like one of those "things that should always be consulted"

Atrophic vaginitis is a possibility, of course, but it is a difficult diagnosis to make and you need someone with experience in these matters to consider - in person.

tenbeers... said...

Yes, Mr. ED should see a doctor.

!!!!!!!!... said...

Her girlfriends vagina is not small, and your penis is not important

When a baby's head fit through, I'm sure that in your penis !!!!!! can fit

Dr. Mojo M said...


The problem is that your friend or senile atrophic vaginitis mentioned. This is an inflammation and irritation of the vagina due to thinning and a decrease in vaginal tissue and decreased lubrication of the walls of the vagina. This is due to a lack of estrogen.

It can be a variety of symptoms:

Slight bleeding after sexual intercourse.

Pain during intercourse

The treatment is:

Be pain during intercourse by the use of lubricants in water soluble helped vaginally. Relief is described usually get by one or more of the treatments. It is necessary to seek medical help for women with vaginal pain, burning, itching or pain during intercourse, even after the use of lubricants.

Regular sexual activity, with or without a partner, is recommended. Sexual activity improves blood flow to the vagina, which helps the tissue.

Enjoy life

Paramedic Girl said...

Entirely depends on sex and say you see your gynecologist immediately.

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