Im concerned about sex after my upcoming hystorectomy. I experience very heavy bleeding and have large cysts on the uterine wall. Non-cancerous, but they are contributing to excessive bleeding and an overall heaviness of my pelvic area. Im concerned with a change in my sex life after the surgery. Specifically, im concerned about a decrease in sexual satisfaction due to the absence of having a cervix. Perhaps im unique in the fact that I get a certain amount of sexual excitement from deep penetration involving stimulation of the cervix???? Anyone have these same concerns or experience?
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replied December 5th, 2011
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Hi wyogirl and welcome to ehealth: I, too, had the full Hysterectomy...I found because of a tilted cervix (uterus) that sex became much more erotic after the surgery, as now my husband was able to enter me and thrust freely, without anymore pain....Like you I was filled with cysts and bled very heavily....The nicest thing about this is there will be no more periods to bother with.....This is one of the rewards of aging.....Good luck....Take care...

Caroline
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replied January 20th, 2012
I have found after my partners Hysterectomy the doctor gave her a cream to help loosen her.I do not want to sound insensitive but she is very rough inside and it makes my penis raw and red with laserations, I tried using vasaline but it does not help.She is very leathery and tough inside now I regret having sex and rather not deal with it hurting me. I have never experienced anything like this before from any woman. I did have a pesky white coating on my penis and she said it was yeast and to use Monostat.I don't want to get cut up anymore.
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replied January 24th, 2012
I wish to thank you for your failure to address my honest problem. I guess your site does not like to face reality in the real world.Not only women have medical problems, their partners also face medical problems with them. I am sorry to hear about your narrow minded & blindness of no help. You failed me, I will not participate in any more questions on this site, bye.
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I wish to thank you for your failure to address my honest problem. I guess your site does not like to face reality in the real world.Not only women have medical problems, their partners also face medical problems with them. I am sorry to hear about your narrow minded & blindness of no help. You failed me, I will not participate in any more questions on this site, bye.
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