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Why am I not able to penetrate my penis completely into my girlfriend's vagina?

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asked Apr 1 in Questions by Professional (120 points)
edited Apr 2 by longhands1

Hi,

I have this problem when it comes to having sex with my girlfriend. I am not able to penetrate my whole penis into her vagina. Only the head of my penis is going in and I am not able to push the rest of my penis into her Vagina.

Her vagina is not tight. I have tried fingering her with 4 fingers and it is not a problem, but when I try to penetrate my penis it just wont go in. I don't know what the problem is. She gets dry very fast.

I have a small tilt of my penis towards the left. We tried cowgirl position once and it worked but later again when we tried it after few weeks it didn't.

I am really worried as this would screw our relationship. Please help.

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The only thing I would recommend, use artificial lubricants if she gets dry during sex. If you are able to push the tip of penis into her vagina that  I am sure you can push whole your penis into her vagina with the help of the lube so try and keep trying to get better at sex as practice makes you perfect in having sex so do not worry and be relaxed.

Communicate with each other openly and do not put pressure on yourself to do it perfectly as that is not required otherwise pressure to perform better makes you nervous and you would not be able to do well so just relax and give yourself enough time to do it better. With each session of the sex, you both would become an expert so remember patience is the key. 

answered Apr 2 by alpesh kapdi (21,860 points)
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I am unaware of your age.Perhaps you are not getting full erection of penis and erection is not lasting much.That is why it is not going inside.Her vagina appears to be broader,as it is accommodating your four fingers.I would have entered full penis in a single stroke.Your desire is prominent but your manhood is not manly.Small tilt of penis is not harmful.She is not fully aroused with you and emitting no love juices..therefore dryness persists.
answered Apr 2 by Motilal (6,020 points)
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Professional,

You say that you are able to insert 4 fingers. That is quite a lot. The average penis length is 5.5 inches. The length of the vagina unstimulated, ranges from 2.75 inches to about 3.25 inches; aroused, it increases to 4.25 inches to 4.75 inches.

Does your girlfriend have pain when you insert your fingers? Many women suffer from a condition called Vaginismus, where a woman experiences a cramping contraction of her vaginal muscles when she tries to have sexual intercourse. The resulting pain or discomfort which may ensue, is enough to prevent her from having intercourse. Vaginismus can be caused by other sorts of sexual dysfunction including lack of interest, arousal, or orgasm,

You have not told us the size of your penis. At times girth of the penis can be a problem if she is not sufficiently aroused or lubricated. 

If she is sufficiently aroused and has the will to participate in sex, then it may be wise for her to see a gynecologist, to rule out any medical condition. 

You should also try out some other sex positions. Most important be patient and supportive. 

answered Apr 2 by longhands1 (71,455 points)

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