• Rabbit hurts

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    Tindra [sign in to see picture]
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    I got a Jessica Rabbit 2.0 a while back. It's my first rabbit, as I normally use classic hard phallic shaped vibes on my clit and that's enough, but after reading all the glowing reviews I decided to get one.

    I don't get along with it so well though. I find that if I put the dildo part inside me i can choose to have the ears very close to my skin so that they are almost bent, and then I find the vibrations are too lame, and yes I use good Duracell batteries. If i let the ears just flap over my clit it hurts. A lot. At the same time it feels good though. So I can't thrust it in and out as the ears hurt my clit., although this is how i use it to cum.

    After using it I get a really sore clit though, and the skin even had lacerations a few times after using it. And yes, even on the lowest setting this happens.

    Anyone else had this problem? I tried googling it, but I seem to be the only one in teh world with this problem. :(

    I feel disappointed and wish I could use it without damaging my poor clit.

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    Tindra [sign in to see picture]
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    Yeah, it's still painful.

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    BitofWOW wrote:

    Have you tried putting a bit of lube on the ears at all as I've found they work best when slippery and without lube they could cause discomfort rarther than pleasure

    I second this!!! Lube always makes it feel nicer for me and I have the same rabbit.

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    LoveHoney are great on returns, even if you've used it. Have you considered returning it and swapping it for the slimline version? You might have more luck with that one.

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    Tindra [sign in to see picture]
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    BitofWOW wrote:

    How long are you using it for for it to cause you discomfort? Also do you go straight at it with the rabbit or do you work yourself up abut with fingers etc? As you may have a very sensitive clot and may need to get going before using heavy duty machinery.

    It feels painful straight away, if I let the rabbit ears flutter over my clit. It just feels like the ears are too hard. I'm used to "heavy duty machinery" as I own a Hitatchi Magic Wand, but admittedly that is designed differently.

    Ecksvie wrote:

    LoveHoney are great on returns, even if you've used it. Have you considered returning it and swapping it for the slimline version? You might have more luck with that one.

    I don't think the slimline version would make a difference as it is the ears that are hurting me, not the actual shaft.

    How do you guys use it by the way? Do you keep it still, or move it? Do you press the ears close to your skin, or let them flutter over your clit? Maybe I'm doing it wrong?

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    Muz333 [sign in to see picture]
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    I tend to move it back and fourth just a fraction of an inch keeping the ears on the clitoral hood at all times. That way it alternates between the tips of the ears doing the stimulating to the whole wears pressed up against it.

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    X lovely lady X [sign in to see picture]
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    You are not alone i know what you mean. I have a rabbit keyring vibrator (not from lovehoney) which is just the bunny bit, and i find using the ears on their own uncomfortable unless im wet and (in the words of abitofWOW) "worked myself up a bit".

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    Tindra [sign in to see picture]
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    Right, I've just had a play, using lots of lube, and I've discovered that the ears feel lovely and NOT painful if I put the rabbit upside down, so that the upper part of the ears are against my clit. Unfortunately I cannot insert it this way, so I waited until I was close to orgasm and inserted the shaft then. I think the problem lies in the fact that i find the tips of the ears sharp and hard, so I go from pleasure to pain from one second to the next, depending on where the ears go. I did manage to get there with the shaft inside me though, but now my clit is red and sore.

    I might just stop using it altogether and continue just using my old reliable silver hard vibe. It's a shame, cos it does feel amazing for the split second when it worked.

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    Muz333 [sign in to see picture]
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    It's a real shame it doesn't work for you. Your missing out as my missus loves her rabbit. I would highly recommend this product if your up for the challenge however they've not sold out after I snatched one of the last ones up.

    http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=18079

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    Wizzie86 [sign in to see picture]
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    May I recommend a silicone rabbit with long ears. They are much softer against the clit. I had a wave rabbit, which was fab but there are other styles x

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    Muz333 wrote:

    It's a real shame it doesn't work for you. Your missing out as my missus loves her rabbit. I would highly recommend this product if your up for the challenge however they've not sold out after I snatched one of the last ones up.

    http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=18079

    I have an Hitachi Magic Wand, that I love, this looks very similar to that. Thanks for the tip though!

    Wizzie86 wrote:

    May I recommend a silicone rabbit with long ears. They are much softer against the clit. I had a wave rabbit, which was fab but there are other styles x

    Ooh, there's an idea! How do I know which ones are soft ones though?

    LoveHoney - Denise wrote:

    Tindra,

    How about a small monetary investment in this book http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=7648, it gives lots of great hints and tips on how to use your Rabbit so you might find it useful.

    As the saying goes - A bunny is for life - not just to be stuck in the draw unloved

    Denise

    At £1.50, that's a bargain - I'm so getting one of those. Thanks!

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    Wizzie86 [sign in to see picture]
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    Look for silicone rabbits, particularly with long ears. There's the waver (original/slimline), Pure vibes, Vibe therapy sererinity... Although it isn't silicone, there is the adjustable rabbit where you can adjust the position of the rabbit so it may be more comfortable x

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    Tindra [sign in to see picture]
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    Wizzie86 wrote:

    Look for silicone rabbits, particularly with long ears. There's the waver (original/slimline), Pure vibes, Vibe therapy sererinity... Although it isn't silicone, there is the adjustable rabbit where you can adjust the position of the rabbit so it may be more comfortable x


    Thanks for the tips! Linkage?

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    Here's the adjustable one I know of, think there's others somewhere too though: http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=14950

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    Wizzie86 [sign in to see picture]
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    They're all in the rabbit section. Sorry I can't link from my iPhone easily x

    http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=16388
    http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=14765
    http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=5271

    hope they work x

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    Tindra [sign in to see picture]
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    Thanks!

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    LoveHoney - Denise wrote:

    Tindra,

    How about a small monetary investment in this book http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=7648, it gives lots of great hints and tips on how to use your Rabbit so you might find it useful.

    As the saying goes - A bunny is for life - not just to be stuck in the draw unloved

    Denise

    I was going to recommend this but as I hadn't bought the book myself I decided not to. Glad it seems to be helping people out but my other half just clicked with her rabbits as soon as she got them and she's a very happy bunny.

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