Pain caused by deep penetration can be related to a range of issues: tilted uterus, endometriosis, bowel problems, interstitial cystitis, cysts, fibroids, scar tissue, shortened vagina, hysterectomy i.e.

If you don’t know what causes your pain, your doctor will if possible help you get a diagnosis. You may find help in Seeing the Doctor. Tracing my pain

Some women experience such an intense pain that they no longer want sex with penetration. It is quite natural and very understandable. Sex can be fun and be giving without it. If you don’t have a satisfying alternative, you may find inspiration in The Love Bit. Read Penetration has no veto power and Stimulation & Sensation

Others cannot imagine a sex life without penetration. They miss the feeling of being that close to a partner, to feel him inside, or they genuinely do not think sex is meaningful without penetration. If you experience a longing, you might benefit from reading The Elephant in the Room or read about the Painbuffer.


First of all, ensure you feel sufficient desire and lubrication. It is not uncommon that glands due to fear of pain stop producing lubrication. Leading to even more pain. 

Sexual positions you can try:

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