Girlfriend lost all pleasure from her vagina

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Both me and my girlfriend are 18 both sexually active and up until 2 days ago were enjoying sex. But then one night we were both having sex when she stopped and told me she couldnt feel any pleasure. So we stopped and she told me she couldnt feel any pleasure the day before from masturbation in the bath.

Its been 2 days and she still cant feel anything, and shes starting to worry and so am I. Ive tried going down on her twice, we've tried all her favourite positions but she just cant feel any pleasure.

Does anyone have ANY idea what this is and if its temporary?

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  • Posted

    Does she say that it is uncomfortable or painful, and can you say when her past period was?
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    Is she on any medications such as antidepressants or antianxiety or birth control. I have found any of these can cause a sudden loss in sensation.
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    • Posted

      It still can be the pulls. People's body chemistry changes over time and sometimes, pharmacies switch up manufacturers and it changes the formula of a medication and can have an impact on how someone reacts to it.
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      Hi Dino ~

      Even though she's been on the bc for years, she still can have a reaction. I do agree with Arch that perhaps she may need something else.  Also, does she take any medication for allergys?  If so, that does affect the sudden loss of sensation.

      She should go see her GP, she's much too young to be suffereing from this.

      Good luck!

      Frustrated

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      Exactly what frustrated said, I have a friend who was getting erectile dysfunction from taking benadryl. There are things we take OTC and view as harmless ,but it is simply just not true.
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