6 Common Baby Genital Problems from Undescended Testicles to Urinary Tract Infections | Parents
Skip to content. I have encountered a problem I never expected; my boyfriend is quite simply very large. I am unable to perform oral sex except for the first couple of inches due to the girth, and vaginal sex is not totally satisfying for him because he is too long and cannot fully penetrate without causing me significant pain. I've seen my doctor, and am reassured that there is physically nothing wrong with me — no infections or scarring, but am finding it difficult to come up with a solution. Any suggestions?
In this life, we all face challenges — tests of our mettle, causes that seem beyond lost, problems that seem to push the very limits of our intellect, creativity, and bravery. And sometimes, one of those challenges is figuring out how to deal with a really big penis. But trust me, too-big penises are very real — and they are a very real problem. But having intercourse with a very large penis can be distracting in a way that makes it hard to enjoy yourself fully in the moment and difficult to focus on orgasming. And the anxiety and anticipation that can rise out of these experiences can suck the fun out of your entire sex life — not just the parts involving penetrative sex.
The urinary meatus ,  also known as the external urethral orifice , is the opening of the urethra. It is the point where urine exits the urethra in males and in females, and also where semen exits the urethra in males. The meatus has varying degrees of sensitivity to touch. The meatus is located on the glans penis in males and in the vulval vestibule in females. The male external urethral orifice is the external opening or urinary meatus, normally located at the tip of the glans penis , at its junction with the frenular delta.