Can t penetrate
For some women, the vaginal muscles involuntarily or persistently contract when they attempt vaginal penetration. This is called vaginismus. The contractions can prevent sexual intercourse or make it very painful. A gentle pelvic exam typically shows no cause of the contractions.
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Vaginismus is a condition in which involuntary muscle spasm interferes with vaginal intercourse or other penetration of the vagina. The formal diagnostic criteria specifically requires interference during vaginal intercourse and a desire for intercourse. However, the term vaginismus is sometimes used more broadly to refer to any muscle spasms occurring during the insertion of some or all types of objects into the vagina, sexually motivated or otherwise, including the usage of speculums and tampons.
When my boyfriend and I tried to have sex for the first time he couldn't penetrate me even though he was fully erect. I have not had sex before but he has. How could this have happened and how do I overcome it as all sorts of silly ideas are going round in my head! Your hymen is probably still intact, and your boyfriend may be finding that a little difficult to penetrate.