Note: Responses and questions may have been edited for length/clarity,Dr. Skyler: I think it's worth mentioning that having wild sexual explorations in college years is a social narrative that needs not fit for everyone.
If we obligate ourselves to fit into a sub-standard narrative, then we aren't living our most authentic lives.I'm far more a fan of authenticity and transparency rather than lying or embellishing. If you start a relationship with a lie, then maintaining that can feel difficult and may eat you alive.
You will be far more concerned about keeping up the lie rather than being in the moment and allowing yourself to explore.As for your limited experience, this is totally ok and more common than you may think.
We all have different experiences on different timelines. You had health issues that changed the trajectory of your sexual exploration.