It’s not very likely that you have missed all the times when people say ‘some penises can shift wombs’. While this statement is a funny one, it is untrue. The womb is also known as the uterus. Now, it’s even farther than the cervix, which is impenetrable by a penis..
No, cervical penetration is not a thing. The cervix bridges the gap between the vagina and the uterus. The junction between the vagina and cervix is known as the external os and it happens to be quite too narrow for any penis. The only way the external os is getting penetrated is by a baby’s head coming out of the womb during vaginal delivery. Nothing else counts.
Do Penises Never Reach The Cervix?
No. A penis or dildo can reach the cervix. Although the vagina lengthens during sex, the cervix is a possible destination nonetheless. Furthermore, a cervical orgasm is possible with the right kind of vaginal penetration. It’s possible to feel some pressure as a result of a penis rubbing against your cervix. You might also like to know that cervical orgasms are quite the experience. They result in full-body orgasms, with tingling sensations that come in waves from your head down to the toes.
Is Pain And Bleeding Normal?
Well, pain isn’t exactly normal during sex. However, 6 out of 10 women experience it at one point or the other during their lifetime. Chances are that you will feel some pain if something is hitting your cervix. However, try to be observant of these changes. Cervical pressure is just one possible cause of pain during sex. There are other causes you should be aware of. Check them out in this article.
Bleeding should not happen in a well-lubricated vagina. This is why extensive and adequate foreplay is important.
Now you know that no penis will ‘shift any womb’. Of course, you can go ahead to get a cervical orgasm. It’s safe. Note that the doggy position might just get you there faster.