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This section reviews some of the more common types of surgery used to treat certain cancers and the ways they can impact your sex life. Radical hysterectomy is an operation done to treat some cancers of the cervix. The surgeon takes out the uterus and the ligaments tissue fibers that hold it in place.

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A hysterectomy is an operation to remove your womb uterus. After the operation you will no longer be able to have children. If you have not yet gone through the menopause, you will no longer have periods.

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This article was medically reviewed by Carolyn Swenson, MD, an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology and member of the Prevention Medical Review Boardon June 18, Nearlywomen get hysterectomies each year in the U. Several factors go into how long the recovery process will be for you, including what type of hysterectomy you had and how your body responds to surgery.

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Most women are taught little about the functions of the female organs beyond iinformation about menstruation and pregnancy. The uterus and ovaries are the female hormone-responsive reproductive sex organs. The female organs are internal and their functions are not visible. Most women and men know more about the functions of male reproductive sex organs than female female reproductive sex organs because the organs are external and visible.

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Often sexual pleasure and wellbeing improves as symptoms such as pain and vaginal bleeding are reduced or even disappear. However, some women can experience new sexual health problems as a result of surgery, many of which can be overcome by seeking appropriate medical advice and therapy or even self help. This depends on the type of hysterectomy you have had.

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Back to Sexual health. How a hysterectomy might affect your sex life, how long you should wait before having sex again and how to cope with issues such as vaginal dryness. It takes time to get back to normal after an operationbut having a hysterectomy can have a strong emotional impact too, which can affect how you feel about sex.

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After having a hysterectomy - surgery to remove the uterus - sex might not necessarily be the first thing on your mind. But when you're ready to get back at it again, you'll need to know a thing or two about when is safe, how your vagina might have changed, and if you'll need any accessories. Dr Clare Morrison, from MedExpress explains 'a hysterectomy is recommended for a range of conditions including heavy painful periodsfibroidsprolapse, and endometriosis if other measures have failed to help.

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A hysterectomy is an operation to remove the uterus. Depending on the type of hysterectomy being performed, accompanying organs such as the fallopian tubes, ovaries and cervix are often removed at the same time. Hysterectomy is one of the most common types of elective surgeries for Australian women. Most hysterectomies are performed to treat conditions such as fibroids growths that form inside the uterusheavy bleeding, endometriosis, adenomyosis when endometrial tissue grows into the muscle wall of the uterusuterine prolapse and cancer.

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A hysterectomy can relieve painful symptoms from fibroids, abnormal periods, or cancer. This includes the ability to have future orgasms. In short, research says a hysterectomy is unlikely to impair sexual function.

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The prevailing view in the literature is that hysterectomy improves the quality of life. This is based on claims that hysterectomy alleviates pain dyspareunia and abnormal bleedingand improves sexual response. However, we note that almost all the papers we found reported that some of the women in their studies claim that hysterectomy is detrimental to their sexual response. Since clitoral sensation via pudendal and genitofemoral nerves should not be affected by hysterectomy, this surgery would not diminish sexual response in women who prefer clitoral stimulation.

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