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Why does penetration hurt a lot? First time resulted in no blood. What is wrong?

I am 22 F working, married my 4 years boyfriend a year and a half back. I did not bleed during the first penetration and the pain was tolerable. But with time i started noticing tht his penis does not entirely gt inside and it hurts bad if he tries too much. I tried inserting my finger bt i stil find it hurtful. I doubt if i am one with hymen of steel or smthng. Please help.
Asked On : Sun, 6 Jan 2013
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You need a physical examination by a specialist to see if your hymen is still intact or if there is a vaginal septum that is hampering the penetration. Simple surgery in either case will cure the problem. If you have a small vaginal cavity, you may be advised dilators to help stretching. Please do not worry, such problems are seen sometimes and can be cured. Hope your query has been answered. Wish you good health.
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