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. However, your sexual response after the surgery will depend on what nerves and organs are affected during the surgery and what regions previously provided you sexual stimulation.
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The clitoral orgasm is the most common. Vaginal orgasm means that a woman can reach orgasm without clitoral stimulation. Most often this is through vaginal penetration. The latest research, however, suggests that vaginal orgasm is nothing but a myth since the vagina itself is anatomically incapable of producing an orgasm. Women describe the most pleasurable experiences to involve a combination of vaginal and clitoral orgasm.
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