It’s the day you’ll have your first sex, and if you’re nervous (which I’m sure you are), you’re not alone. The pressure of first-time sex is genuine. Some women are overjoyed because they have been anticipating getting hot with their lover for a long time. Other women, on the other hand, dread the prospect of having to go through pain for the first time during sex. It can be a really stressful situation. While this is a normal and expected reaction, reducing your fear and stress will allow you to appreciate the lovely, intimate experience more fully. To assist you in your time of need, here are some ways to help ladies destress after making the big decision.
Lubrication is important:
You can either rely on natural lubrication by engaging in a lot of foreplay prior to intercourse or purchase a water-based pain reliever. Lubrication is essential whenever you have sex with your partner, but it’s more crucial when it’s your first time. It makes the intercourse session easier for you and makes the insertion of the penis less unpleasant. This is one of the reasons condoms have a grease stud on them to make insertion easier.
Be ready to feel pain:
There’s no other way to put it: when it’s your first time having sex, you’re going to hurt. Since this is your first time, you should be informed of the sexual practices you will be exposed to. So, before you start, psychologically prepare yourself to experience some pain during intercourse for the first time. But don’t dwell on that thinking because it will soon become nice.
It may bleed when your hymen breaks:
Now, this varies greatly from person to person. When having sex for the first time, some women won’t feel anything and won’t bleed as much as they expect. Also, even if there isn’t a hymen rupture, you may bleed a little because it is your first time intercourse. Because you’re a virgin, bleeding is unavoidable, but there’s no need to be concerned. It’s sometimes not even perceptible.
You may be anticipating a satisfying orgasm during your first time intercourse with your spouse. However, don’t get your hopes too high because the possibilities of having an orgasm are slim to none. Accept the fact that you’ve had sex for the first time, even if you don’t reach an orgasm, and that’s a larger highlight. You will have an orgasm once you and your partner have become more comfortable with one other and are aware of the things that can turn each other on to cause orgasm.
Consistent bleeding for few days:
Don’t be alarmed if you continue to bleed for several days following your first sex. Consult a professional. And if you notice anything more than a little spotting in your underwear or faint traces in your urine, you should consult your gynecologist.