When you, and any sexual partners you may have in the future, explore sex and sexuality in that kind of positive way, you get to learn about what feels good and what doesn't in a much sounder way that's more fun and more engaged than being half-present and half-numb on Percoset. It's important to have a sense of when things hurt with sex because that helps us to avoid injury. So, there's also that. Miss Lauren ] Posts: Your mom seems pretty open about this, so talk to her about it and see what she thinks. If you don't remove it, a forum moderator will. Lastly, I'd say using painkillers during sex with someone else isn't a good idea for most people.
Typically, they're used for external stimulation via the water pressure. If you keep having vaginal or vulval pain it's always a good idea to have a sexual healthcare provider take a look to be sure you're not dealing with a health condition, but since it sounds like some entry is just fine for you, and you're only having pain with trying to insert certain things, at this point, a pain condition seems unlikely.
While some things can make the vagina and opening less flexible -- that can happen, for instance, with or around menopause, or with certain health conditions -- the flexibility of vaginal openings and vaginas for most people is mostly about sexual arousal levels and state of mind, as well as whatever we are introducing to them or have inside them. If you really want to have a given kind of sex, anticipate pleasure, let a partner know what you do in advance about what helps you feel good -- physically and emotionally -- and see how it goes.
I do the same thing.
I feel too tight: should I use painkillers during sex?
It should also be noted that you need to pay good mind to your vaginal health with sex toys: No one HAS to have any kind of sex they don't want to or that they don't think will feel good for them. Sex hurts her, but I don't want it to! I feel too tight: Not only does using a painkiller put you in a position where you may not be able to fully consent to sex and your judgment can be impaired, but drugs like painkillers which dull sensations during sex won't selectively dull them. But if they did, just like with the toys now, you don't have to do them.