This is my first time to post a new thread, and I hope I'm not repeating a previous one. About 4.5 years ago I met my wife. She'd been with men who had long, skinny penises but never one with much girth before me. In the first year we were together, she wound up in various ER's because of plain, gentle as it could be sex. My wife is 5'6" with a medium frame, while I'm 6'4" and 270 pounds. Every time I took her in for treatment, the various docs would immediately kick me out of the room and try to convince her that she had been beaten, mistreated, etc. Her gynocologist gave us the standard, there is no reason that any vagina would ever have trouble accomodating any penis line. She suggested my wife learn to relax and accept the fact that any issues were in her head. I'm 8 x 8 but on my frame it looks normal (god I'd look funny if I weren't didn't have a big penis). When my wife tried explaining the dimensions, the doc acted like she didn't believe it. Again she suggested relaxation, but also that we consider dialators. Her suggestion was tapered candles until we had our first child which would *fix everything*. Along came the child and after waiting the alloted time, nothing was better. We decided to press for help and got the same line: any penis + any vagina = easy. After 2 years of frustration, rare sex, and being told our problem didn't exist we decided to take a less standard approach. Our area got its first adult-gift shop 2 years after we met, so our choices were limited. We finally found a kit at Wal~Mart that was designed for making a crystalline mold of a child's hands/feet. We wound up with a replica of the first 3 inches that wasn't fully erect because it had to be molded in ice-cold water. Upon being presented with my crystalline phallus, the gynocologist decided there might actually be a problem but it was beyond her scope. She sent us to a specialist at a nearby learning hospital where another doctor told us surely we couldn't really have a problem. My wife handed him the crystal and he decided that he would send her to a physical therapist who might be able to help her. Of course our insurance refused to pay for the therapy since the inability to have comfortable sex isn't a medical necessity. Unable to afford the therapy without any coverage, we continue on. Anyway, what I'm wondering is how many here men and women have been given the any penis/any vagina line. Anyone else been wrongfully accused of intentionally causing damage? That is a bag of worms all its own. Any advice? Thank you.