I have a few questions. First off, I'm very sensitive to the point sex can be painful. I'm not sex savvy, that's why I'm here. Is there a position or a way to make me less sensitive in the long run? I'd like to last a bit longer in the bedroom without causing myself pain. Question two. We've tried many times of condoms. I tend to have allergies to the lubricant on the condoms. But sex without a condom is even more painful for me since I am allergic to his semen. I am going to get a diaphragm, as a type of birth-control. But, I don't know a way to help the pain, as well as burning, if semen gets on or in me. Any thoughts that could help? I've gotten "more sex" as an answer but it doesn't seem to help in the least. Last question, my man has issues with no feeling when he uses a condom. With my allergy, it's virtually impossible to have sex without a condom. Is there anything that could help me to help him, so he can have some pleasure in the bedroom?
Sensitivity, Allergy? Few Questions.
Welcome to A2A, Frantic.Good for you for using contraception! If, however, you are allergic to his semen, I don't see how a diaphram will help.You might want to try some of the natural lambskin condoms. You can get them without lubricant and that should solve both of your problems. For him, it almost feels like nothing and for you it would protect you from his semen. They do not, however, protect from STI's the way that latex condoms do.As far as positions go, try it with you on top. That way you control things. Also make sure that you are sufficiently aroused before penetration so that you produce your own lubricant.