hi i had a prolapse blader and bowl done in oct 2009 one of my problens was lack of feeling during sex i had feeling but it did not feel the same now after this i have no feeling even when i tence up i still cant feel anything is this normal is there any thing during the sugery that could cors this to happen kind regards Amanda
Hi there. Thank you for posting on Ehealthforum. Vaginal surgery to repair prolapse inevitably interrupts sensation being conducted along sensory nerves that would have been, of necessity, cut during surgery. In time a lot of this will return as the healing process continues.
However, if after say a year post-op you are still not happy then perhaps it might be a good idea to return to the gynecologists and let them have a look. Perhaps you could be tightened up a little bit more without too much trouble.
Prolapse surgery takes time to heal...That is why they say to wait three months before you have sexual intercourse...I would hesitate having more surgery to tighten you up...The more surgery you have, the more scar tissue...Try having your partner put his penis inside you and gently stimulate you...Be well lubricated and move with the in and out motion...Wake yourself slowly...Nothing rough...Be gentle...Don't expect a miracle overnight...It may take time...I am not sure if you are able to do your Kegel exercises after this surgery....If you can do them, then do them...This should increase your squeezing power which would help your orgasms...Try to have your lover stimulate your clit to the highest level before penetration...All of these things help the woman within the woman again find herself...
Honey, it takes time....If this does not work, private message me....I have another erotic act of love that could do the trick....Take care....
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