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I got married recently, and i am having problem while intercourse.

I got married recently, and i am having problem while intercourse it pains a lot once the skin goes back it doesn't come back when skin goes back it holds tightly and i will have lot of pain as soon as i put inside it pains her as well one more thing she is too younger to me does this effect, she is 20 now
Asked On : Wed, 3 Mar 2010
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i think you can use K Y jelly to get enough lubrication that may solve your problem but you have to make sometime for foreplay to get some secretions in her vagina and ease the intercourse
you cant depend on jelly for long it has nothing to do with the age
she should get habituated first
It could be the genital parts are disproportionate
Answered: Wed, 3 Mar 2010
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Better use some lubricants like K-Y Jelly in the initial phase of married life.
Spend more time on foreplay like fondling, kissing etc to make her lubricate. Then only insert your penis.

If still it hurts, you can opt for circumcision.

Dr A CHAKRAVARTHY, 9447705077,

Answered: Wed, 9 Mar 2011
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It is natural that after erection the skin goes back and doesnt come unless it gets out of erection If she doesnt have lubrication you must indulge in foreplay lot more and see that she gets enough lubrication
Answered: Wed, 3 Mar 2010
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