Every time we’ve tried to have sex, he can’t get in me at all. Some women, like you, find that when they try to have intercourse, it feels near-impossible, which can feel leave women and their partners feeling frustrated and unsure about what to do.
The couple of people I've confided with (both women) think I'm neurotic as hell - but then again they all like a big man.
Thanks for your advice The vagina is very flexible and accomodating and is usually able to 'handle' all size penises.
In fact, it is a sort of 'compilation' of various studies from around the world – some of which appear to have been of less than ideal quality.
Nevertheless, over the last few years it has become apparent that the average man's penis is not as long as had been thought previously.
Sometimes during penetration, a penis or other object inserted in a vagina does hit the cervix.
This may be an indication that the woman is not physiologically aroused enough; when she is more aroused, her vagina will elongate and her cervix, the neck of the uterus, will lift up and move out of the way.
Dilators sort of look like dildos in the sense that they are somewhat cylindrical, but they come in sets of about 4 to 6 and range in sizes.
Often women are encouraged to try using the smallest dilator first which is about the size of a pinky finger.
In 2015, newspaper headlines suddenly started claiming that the average man's erection measured only 5.2 inches (13.2cms) in length.