After getting almost healed: I feel almost numb when having intercourse. Any suggestions?!

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After getting almost healed: I feel almost numb when having intercourse. Any suggestions?! Empty After getting almost healed: I feel almost numb when having intercourse. Any suggestions?!

Post  Hillelana on Sat Jun 09, 2018 8:18 pm

Hi everybody!

I’ve been trying googling around to see if I could find any information on my issue, but it doesn’t seem quite like it. So I hope that some of you might be able to help me!

I’ve started having muscle pain for 8,5 years ago during intercourse, after I had some severe yeast infection. It took me many years to start solving it, but more than 3 years ago, I started going to different things, and a physiotherapist helped me the most, getting the tense muscle stretched.

The pain has been fading ever since then, somehow, and now I’m done to not having too much direct pain anymore. Some of the muscle in the region are still sore and painful when I touch, but don’t get touched when having sex.
I still have to go very slow, but i can have somewhat pain free sex today.

Now my main problem is that I feel numb when having sex. I remember this great feeling before those 8,5 years ago about having sex, than anything would be a great pleasure.
Now I get annoyed if the man goes on for too long, because the feeling of pleasure for me is low, and I have to be very horny and excited for it to be good sex - and it’s still never as it used to be.
I need most of the time to touch my clitoris, while having intercourse, to transfer that pleasure to my vagina.
Some of the intercourse can be pleasureble, but going just a little too fast (and still very slow), in a wrong position or too deep, it makes me feel numb - if not pain. The numbness is just like the feeling of any other skin getting trusted back and forth. Like to arms rubbing each other.
I talk with my sexologist and she says its very normal, when the body has been protecting itself and shutting down the pain for so many years.
I got a new boyfriend, and I will start looking for new treatment again to get the rest of the pain away.
But I’m still about clueless what to do about the numbness.
Is anybody here on my “stage” and recognize this numbness and have any ideas for me?!?

Thank you!
Hillelana
Hillelana

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