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Couple Having Painful SexHaving a large penis is something that most men can only dream about. To be honest, what man wouldn't want to be well-equipped in the baby-making department? There is however a consequence of being well-endowed that most probably don't consider. A man who is well-hung may be the envy of other men and the object of female desire but he may also be inadvertently causing his sexual partner no small amount of pain during intercourse.

Pain During Sex is Common

It should be understood that experiencing pain during sex is not a rare occurrence. In fact it is actually thought to be a relatively common aspect of both vaginal and anal intercourse. One recent national survey determined that:

"About 30% of women and 7% of men reported pain during vaginal intercourse events, and most of the reports of pain were mild and of short duration. About 72% of women and 15% of men reported pain during anal intercourse events, with more of these events including moderate or severe pain (for the women) and of mixed duration."

Source:Journal of Sexual Medicine / DOI: 10.1111/jsm.12841

While those percentages are significantly large, it should also be known that most people do not tell their partner when sex hurts. The actual figures could in fact be much greater!

Although there are a number of reasons why intercourse may be painful, one contributing factor may be penis size itself. A man who is larger than average in size needs to be consciously aware of how he uses his penis and acutely sensitive to his partner's reaction during sex. After all, with great size comes great responsibility.

Tips for Less Painful Intercourse

When having a large penis may be a factor contributing to painful sex, there are three steps that can greatly improve the situation. We can refer to this as PLT - Patience, Lubrication and Technique.

Have Patience - Don't Rush Sex
First and foremost, men with big penises should never rush penetration. Whether it is vaginal or anal entry, it's important to be patient and careful with insertion. You may be excited to get started but keep in mind that large things do not fit into small openings without some amount of friction. Don't rush it!

Use Lubrication - Make Sex Easier
Following up on tip #1, proper lubrication before sex is an absolute must. Practicing foreplay before penetration can help naturally lubricate the vagina so that it is prepared to accept the penis.

For women who experience vaginal dryness, or if anal penetration is involved, the addition of a natural lubricating agent such as an oil or gel is advised. There are several effective products available for both men and women that can help to lubricate as well as stimulate the sex organs.

Proper Technique - Use Your Penis Wisely
Last but not least, the actual sexual technique used is important for men who are well-hung. You may be inclined to ram it in as hard and fast as you can but that will most likely lead to a negative experience. Not only may you not be able to go "balls deep" but you might actually cause serious pain to your partner.

After you have (slowly) entered your sexual partner, you need to get a feel for how far you can actually penetrate. Once you have your bearing then you can gradually increase thrusting intensity and stroke length. Keep in mind that for many women, short thrusts are actually preferable and more pleasurable because it prolongs contact with the sensitive labia and clitoris. It's not always necessary or even desired to fully extract your penis from the vagina before pushing it back in.

Following these simple steps can go a long way towards relieving painful intercourse and making the experience more enjoyable for all participants. Remember, there's absolutely nothing wrong with having a large penis. Most women actually prefer to be with a man who is well-endowed. But being a considerate lover is as important, if not more, than having a big penis itself!

Posted by PRS
Wednesday, April 8th, 2015


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