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    Default Should dtd hurt this much?

    So DF and I finally ended a looong time drought.

    And it hurt! Well it was a mix of pleasure and pain.

    Except now it stings when I pee?

    I'm wondering if

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    I should go to the doctor? Or is it normal when getting back into the swing of things?

    FYI I had DS 4 months ago and had a second degree tear, which I was told has healed?

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    Hi OWU

    While your tear would be healed, there'd be scar tissue, so may benefit from some massage (whichever way takes your fancy ).

    I'd suggest this may be a reason that it hurt, and maybe suggest using some lubricant the next time.

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    Default Should dtd hurt this much?

    My first time did after a second degree tear was without a doubt more painful than when I lost my virginity.

    Lube will help and just be very gentle. It'll all get back to normal.

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    Default Should dtd hurt this much?

    We used A LOT of lube lol

    I guess we'll just have to keep at it until it doesn't hurt anymore.

    I feel like a teenager again!


 

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