Well, it shouldn’t really do that, and this is of some concern to me when I hear you say something like that. I would prefer that you go and see your gynecologist and have an internal done, get checked out properly, maybe an ultrasound, have a smear, and get checked out properly to see what’s going on there.
We could be dealing with all sorts of different conditions. It certainly needs more investigation if there’s numbness there. It makes me think if there’s something wrong with your lower back. There could be all sorts of things going on there.
A yeast infection is not usually linked with numbness or loss of sense of vaginal sensation there during sex. My reply to that one would be to get checked out properly, and if nothing’s going on, if it’s all a normal diagnosis, then perhaps to go and see a natural medicine doctor or integrative doctor to look for proper treatment. This is something you certainly don’t want to play around with at home and do home treatments; numbness, it warrants some serious investigation.