Glad to hear about the progress. Thanks for the update.Freakincurrey wrote: ↑Mon May 08, 2023 7:52 pm thanks, everyone for your advice. Her period was delayed a couple of days so my concerns were for nothing, but we didn't end up having PIV sex to completion, she was too tense and just did a HJ and cuddled.
so far we're able to go halfway, the downside is that I can't apparently last a good fifteen minutes with a HJ and the halfway PIV that we've tried doesn't really feel like much to me.
any tips to increase sensitivity for me?
We "failed" on our first attempt too. No biggie. We did it the next morning, and wow, it was fabulous, all three seconds of it!
Saying you got halfway in makes me wonder if perhaps you aren't really entering her vagina at all, but just the vestibule area before you get to her hymen. Vaginas are smallest at the entrance, and open up from there. If you really made it halfway, the rest of the way wouldn't be a problem. My wife's vagina is pretty short I guess. I can easily reach the end if it with my fingers. But it is very stretchy in that direction. We can both feel when my penis hits the end when I still have an inch or two to go. I keep going and it stretches to accommodate me. This is pleasurable for both of us. Length has never been a problem. The difficulty has been diameter.
Did your wife have a premarital gyn exam? If not, and things are still a problem after a few attempts, seeing a gyn would be smart. Also, order a set of graduated dilators from Amazon would be good. Both of you should explore that area. Insert your fingers. She will need a mirror.
Also, be aware that her cervix will be in the way when she is not aroused. You should be able to easily feel it. But when she is aroused, the cervix lifts up and out of the way ("up" when she is lying on her back) and your penis slides under it. So make sure she is roused. Later, when you are having quickies for you and she isn't aroused, you can still do it. Your penis will push the cervix out of the way. But that isn't ideal for a new bride.
My wife didn't have a hymen due to years of tampon use and perhaps because she stretched herself with her fingers starting a month or so beforehand. (I explored down there before attempting anything.) We went for a premarital gyn exam, and he assured us we wouldn't have problems. Out first attempt, she was just too tight and said it hurt. The second try, it didn't hurt much and she didn't bleed.
Lack of sensitivity, I wouldn't worry about it yet. A vagina feels different than a hand, not to mention the emotional intense of the experience. Whether thrusting with only half of me in would get me off, I can't say. Never tried it. Wanting to bury it to the hilt just comes naturally.
Keep us updated.