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  1. Good, slim toys for g-spot stimulation?

    laluz [sign in to see picture]
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    Hi! This is my first post on the forum. My masturbation revolves around clitoral stim but I'd like to get into g-spot exploration. The issue is, I think I might have a minor case of vaginismus or something because insertion hurts for me. Slim stuff goes in fine but bigger stuff hurts. If I can force it in it doesn't feel like much once it's in but if I can't then I get a burning sensation that lasts for awhile. Like with the mystery summer bundle for females I got a beautiful glass dildo from Lovehoney (the dual ended one) & I can't even use it right now because I can't get the head in. I also got the Jessica Rabbit G-Spot vibe & I was able to insert that but it didn't give me a lot of pleasure, the rotation shaft did nothing for me and the rabbit ears didn't even work with my anatomy.

    I ordered the LH slimline g-spot silicone dildo for trial that should be here soon but I'm afraid the silicone won't be able to apply the firm amount of pressure I need. I've heard good things about the g-slim but I'm afraid I won't be able to get past the bulbous head. Any suggestions?

    Bonus: any suggestions for making penetration easier?

    RosyCheek [sign in to see picture]
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    I have the g-slim. Its reply good for the firm pressure but as you said it does have a bulbous end. Best advice I can give is relax and use plenty of good lube. Bum up on a pillow always helps me.

    Hope to hear how you get on with your silicone one. I gave the Tracy Cox rechargeable but its too bendy 😩

    mamz [sign in to see picture]
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    You may want to try dilators. They're very helpful to threat vaginismus. Lovehoney stocks these:

    Good luck with that. It's not easy.

    You can also stretch your vagina using your fingers before using a dildo, it does help to stretch and relax the muscle and reduce the pain.

    Use lots of good quality lube

    Also be sure you never force a penetration if the pain is over 5/10, because it will only worsen the issue.

    in regards of the g spot toy, I can't really offer any advice because most of them have a bulbous head which would probably be too big for you. I hink the best option is you try to overcome your issue and try again with the glass dildo as it's not really big.

    Good luck with that :)

    Sxleksaker [sign in to see picture]
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    This dildo is pretty slim, so maybe something like this?

    sugarboobies2232 [sign in to see picture]
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    I have this and its the only toy I find that gives me good gspot stimulation. It's fairly slim, and the silicone material is bendy to a degree. I absolutley adore it.

    When you start masterbating, are you relaxed? Maybe try clitoral stimulation to relax the body with first may be the answer, and lots of good quality lube before you start to use anything insertable.

    Jezebella [sign in to see picture]
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    You could go for something really small, like a mini g-spot vibe. This one from LH is incredibly cheap:
    It's very slim and rigid so you can apply pressure.

    This one is a bit fancier as it's waterproof ans have variable speeds:

    I agree that the dilators may be a good idea too, and that lots of lube and relaxation is essential.

    It might be worth visiting your GP if you haven't already, just incase the discomfort you're feeling comes from a medical problem such as inflammatory pelvic disease (the burning sensation made me think of this).

    I hope you find what you're looking for, have fun x

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