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As soon as your doctor gives you the "okay"....I don't know what TYPE of hysterectomy you had (vaginal or abdominal) and for what...
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Hi For one it wont touch your clitoris, and as for your wetness things should still be the same, the wetness comes from glands on the inside of the...
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Usually at six weeks, the surgeon may give the okay for vaginal sex. Assuming that your partner is well and pain-free, you may can probably get the...
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Surgery. Many of us worry about having any kind of surgery - it is especially troubling when the genital area is involved. Happily, most people do...
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Hi Found you this nice piece of info, I will tell you now you wont like it.It’s very important that you wait until you have your doctor’s clearance...
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Hi I hope you don't mind, I had a look on Dodson and ross, for some help for you, and found this post, could be you, or sounds like you?So see...
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I don't know....I don't know your case, but you do have to allow your body TIME to heal after an extensive surgery. I would strongly suggest...
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Hi, Well for one thing it just cant be ovulation spotting, if so from just where would it be coming from?It must be that the polyp site still...
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Normal aging brings physical changes in both men and women. These changes sometimes affect one's ability to have and enjoy sex with another person...
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The spotting probably is normal, but if it would set your mind at ease then by all means call your doctor.In terms of the fatigue, your doctor is...
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Hi Been doing a lot of research on this, and there is not much, but what I can find is this, if she can have straight sex without you touching her...
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Hi, If the method of masturbation is external (clitoral) stimulation, you could do this as soon as you feel up to it. It's generally recommended...
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I would talk to my gynecologist if it's that much blood... at first I was thinking lubricant or maybe mild trauma getting overly vigorous but if...
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No, you don't need a therapist.I am post menopausal as well (41 years old and less than a year since my complete hysterectomy), and had a low sex...