No erection or loss of erection
Having problems keeping an erection in adolescence is very rarely due to a physical problem or disability. Most often, it happens because of nervousness or a feeling of not being able to live up to expectations. Are you ready to have sex, and do you want to? Are you worried about the risks? Are you comfortable talking about it with your partner? Go at your own speed. If you’re worried about it, talk to a health care professional.
Penetration that’s painful,...... difficult, or even impossible
During sex, you don’t always have enough vaginal lubrication. There are many reasons for this: discomfort, not enough stimulation, menstruation, an effect of birth control pills, etc. Be sure to create a favourable mood and engage in sexual stimulation (foreplay) before penetration. If it’s your first time, your hymen may make penetration more painful. If the problem continues, see a health care professional.
No orgasm? No panic!
Sex without an orgasm doesn’t mean that it was boring or unsatisfying. You don’t necessarily have an orgasm every time. There are several reasons why you may not have an orgasm: insufficient arousal, overly short or no foreplay, clitoris and other erogenous zones not stimulated enough, something on your mind, worries about not being good enough, or a need to discover your preferences and get to know your body better. These things happen!