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Gyno Question || tip of Finger now PAINFUL in vagina, WAS sexually active, In PAIN.

Hello there, so I have a very important question. So basically, speaking from my current girlfriend. She has had two visits with a Gyno already yet have been confusing. The first time in May, we visited and were told nothing was wrong. She has had pain down there after one time with intercourse in April, so the next move was to get a check up. We did so and the Gyno said nothing was wrong, that it may be painful simply due to the size of her partner being me. So we waited a few weeks and decided to attempt sexual interaction, but no go. Even an attempt at fingering caused extreme pain to her, the finger was barely inside. So we decided to have another visit due to the first checkup not being helpful. The second visit she was very direct that it was more then just a large partner. This time around the doctor had given her a cream to insert and put around her vagina. After 3 weeks of that, she had another visit which was today and the pain was still there. The pain was so bad she began to cry and all he was checking with was his finger. Even used some sort of device to look inside her vagina. After everything the Gyno said he doesnt seem to see anything thats wrong so was told he ran more tests and that we will hear answers in a few days. Now I am very confused as to what happened. A single finger now hurts her extremely and its been a very painful process for both of us to go through. Please help us out, thank you.
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It sounds as though perhaps your girlfriend is not quite ready for sexual intercourse.  Some additional time may need to be spent to calm her nerves about it, as well as foreplay.  It's not my business, but how old is your girlfriend, and was she a virgin prior to your first sexual encounter with her?  Those both play a possible big role here.
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Hello,

Are you stimulating her enough to get her "ready" if not, then of course she will hurt, she will be very dry and the pain is going to make her more nervous and that will also cause the vaginal pain when penetration occurs  because she will not be relaxed.

If  she was a virgin when this all started, then again, she will hurt more than most who aren't. She needs to be handled with love and care, not as a sex object, I am not saying you are doing this, but, just saying for info purposes. To have it hurt like this for her first ever experience could cause problems down the road as she will always be apprehensive that it will be painful for her.
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