IT MAY NOT FEEL GREAT AT FIRST

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It’s im­por­tant to take your time with fore­play be­fore hav­ing sex as this helps warm up your body. The vagina will be­come lu­bri­cated nat­u­rally when you are aroused but adding wa­ter-based lube can help. Just re­mem­ber that com­mu­ni­ca­tion is key, so ask your part­ner to slow down or stop if you’re un­com­fort­able or in pain. “It’s im­por­tant to be re­laxed and sex­u­ally aroused when­ever you have sex so that the mus­cles around the vagina re­lax,” says Dr Ste­wart. “If it doesn’t feel good, change what you’re do­ing; try a dif­fer­ent po­si­tion or call it a day. Pain dur­ing sex is not some­thing to grit your teeth and bear.”

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