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I've had a complete hystorectomy. (when I was 23, I'm now 39). I have a great sex life with my husband, no problems there at all. My question is this...When I have an orgasm, where does *it* come from? I have no overies, uterious or anything. And, what is it he is hitting when he enters me? Is he hitting my insides or is there a *wall* there that he hits?

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replied February 23rd, 2007
Hysterectomy Answer A2395
Women who have undergone a complete hysterectomy don’t have a uterus, Fallopian tubes or ovaries, but the vagina remains intact. The vagina is responsible for sexual pleasure and orgasm. When his penis is entering in your vagina he is hitting the end of the vagina, not the inner abdominal organs.
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