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How long after a vaginal hysterectomy can I be stimulated externally to orgasm?

How long after a vaginal hysterectomy can I be stimulated externally to orgasm?

Right away: There is no danger with external/clitoral stimulation almost immediately if you feel up to it. The precaution is not to insert anything vaginally, and certainly not deep because the cuff where the uterus was removed needs to heal. Placing anything into the vagina can rip open the sutures. Otherwise there are really no issues. ...Read more

Orgasm (Definition)

Conventionally, orgasm is the culmination of sexual arousal (and may be repeated) and typically produces great pleasure through direct genital stimulation of the male penis and female clitoris. However, orgasm may also be achieved via the brain or as a reflex arc. The physical characteristics are an explosive peak & repeated neuromuscular action causing release of male ...Read more


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I had a laparoscopic and vaginal hysterectomy, kept 1 ovary, two weeks ok. Can I have an orgasm now through outer play? Without hurting anything.

I had a laparoscopic and vaginal hysterectomy, kept 1 ovary, two weeks ok. Can I have an orgasm now through outer play? Without hurting anything.

Call your surgeon: Your surgeon can give you your best answer as he/she knows the difficulties or complications of the surgery. Don't forget to go back for your follow up visit post surgery as well. ...Read more

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Never had vaginal orgasm will that change after lapar. Hysterectomy. I am hoping it will. Have endrometrios x2.Only had clitoris orgasm.?

Never had vaginal orgasm will that change after lapar. Hysterectomy. I am hoping it will. Have endrometrios x2.Only had clitoris orgasm.?

Probably not: The female sexual response is not usually affected by hysterectomy. However, about 70% of women experience improvement in sexual satisfaction after hysterectomy. For a women with endometriosis and chronic pain, the potential for improvement is much greater. ...Read more

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Is vaginal hysterectomy a very common procedure?

Is vaginal hysterectomy a very common procedure?

Yes: Hysterectomies are very common procedures. Many doctors, but not all, feel comfortable removing the uterus through the vagina. It is a great way to have the surgery that is less invasive then an abdominal procedure, results in less pain and risks with a quicker recovery. Talk to your doctor about all the options, pros and cons. ...Read more

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Side effects after vaginal hysterectomy?

Many: In the short term, a small amount of spotting and discharge are normal - as well as some degree of discomfort (pain). In the long term there may be many benefits, but the primary side effect is that you will never have any uterine bleeding - which is good. It is difficult to answer this question without knowing why the vaginal hysterectomy is needed. ...Read more

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How long is the stay in the hospitail after a vaginal hysterectomy?

How long is the stay in the hospitail after a vaginal hysterectomy?

Usually 1 day: Most people are ready to go home the next day, depending on if they are tolerating food, urinating ok, have no fever and their pain is controlled with oral pain meds. ...Read more

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I'm scheduled to have a vaginal hysterectomy. Is it a painful procedure?

Varies: Vaginal hysterectomy is generally much less painful than an abdominal hysterectomy because there is no incision in the abdomen. Most of the pain from surgery comes from the skin incisions, with a vaginal surgery the only incision is at the top of the vagina and there are few pain receptors locted there - hence much less pain. ...Read more

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Can you still get PID after vaginal hysterectomy?

Can you still get PID after vaginal hysterectomy?

Unlikely.: Pid is "pelvic inflammatory disease" and usually occurs when bacteria ascends from the outside of the vulva up inside the genitals and spreads into the tubes/ovaries (pelvis.) after a hysterectomy, there is no connection between the vagina and the inside/pelvis. ...Read more

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How long after a vaginal hysterectomy can I climb stairs?

When comfortable: When you feel comfortable enough to do it. No set time limit. ...Read more

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Was laparoscopic vaginal hysterectomy successful in the past?

Yes: It is a neat procedure done on an outpatient basis. It is considered a minimally invasive procedure and the post op recovery is quite rapid. ...Read more

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Laparoscopic vaginal hysterectomy--how is it done technically?

Laparoscopic vaginal hysterectomy--how is it done technically?

Difficult: This is a difficult one to put into a message, but typically you place 2 to 3 laparoscopic prots, then you ligate and divide the round ligament. Take down the bladder flap surgically. Then separate the ovaries from the uterus. Continue ligating and dividing down to the level of the uterosacral ligaments.

Then proceed vaginally. Enter into the anterior and poste. That's all I get for one msg. ...Read more

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How soon is it safe to masturbate after a vaginal hysterectomy?

How soon is it safe to masturbate after a vaginal hysterectomy?

Depends: 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 to not put anything into the vagina for 6-8 weeks. I would certainly discuss with your doctor before putting anything into the vagina. ...Read more

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Is there any pain involved in a laparoscopic vaginal hysterectomy?

Is there any pain involved in a laparoscopic vaginal hysterectomy?

Yes but minimal: Laparoscopic vaginal hysterectomy or laparoscopically assisted vaginal hysterectomy is not painless. But, the majority of the pain comes from the small incisions in the abdominal wall, which is usually very easily controlled with oral pain medications. Most women go home in less than 24 hours after an lavh. ...Read more

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Can you tell me what to expect for laparoscopic vaginal hysterectomy?

Not too bad: When you arrive at the hospital, they will start an IV and possibly give you some pre-op medications. The surgeon and anesthesia will talk to you and answer your questions. Then they will take you to the surgery room where you will be put to sleep. When you wake up, you will be a bit sore and may have some nausea. You will be given medication for this. When you are ready you will be sent home ...Read more

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I'm 8 weeks post total vaginal hysterectomy and I'm having unusual white stringy discharge. Is this a normal part of healing?

I'm 8 weeks post total vaginal hysterectomy and I'm having unusual white stringy discharge. Is this a normal part of healing?

Possibly.: However, if it's persistent and there is a lot, it won't hurt to give your surgeon a call and see if he or she would like to take a look to make sure there's no infection. Take care! ...Read more

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I had a total vaginal hysterectomy in dec 2002. However I started bleeding 3 days ago. Any ideas as to what may have caused this?

Unsure: The most likely reason for your bleeding is granulation tissue forming on the hysterectomy scar at the top of the vagina. See your doctor for an exam. ...Read more

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3 days post vaginal hysterectomy with posterior and anterior repair. I know I'm not supposed to pull, tug lift etc but can I put my own socks on?

Yes you can: Yes you can and there is no reason why you can not you can baith put your clothes on and yes you can put your socks on as well. ...Read more

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What happens during a laparoscopically assisted vaginal hysterectomy lavh?

Safe and efficient s: The laparoscope allows excellent visibility inside the abdomen for releasing the uterus (and ovaries as appropriate) before proceeding with the vaginal portion of the hysterectomy. Many studies show fewer complications with lavh compared to an abdominal hysterectomy or a vaginal hysterectomy. There is the additional benefit of inspecting the abdominal cavity before and after the hysterectomy. ...Read more

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What causes foot drop? I just had a vaginal hysterectomy.

Nerve palsy: When the patient is positioned for a vaginal hysterectomy care is taken to prevent pressure on the nerves, especially those just below the knee on the outer aspect of the upper calf. If undue pressure does occur to those particular nerves, foot drop can occur - that could be temporary, but it is possible to have a permanent palsy. ...Read more

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What sutures and instruments are used in a laparoscopically assisted vaginal hysterectomy (lavh)?

That varies: The specific instruments used will depend on the training and experience of the surgeon as well as the particular requirements based on the patient's anatomy and body habitus. I usually use laparoscopic staples for the internal portion of the surgery and absorbable sutures for the vaginal portion. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: vaginal hysterectomy?

Vaginal Hysterectomy: Vaginal hysterectomy is the removal of the uterus and cervix through the vagina (with no visible incisions/ scars). The procedure offers faster recovery and lower risk than abdominal surgery. The ovaries and tubes can also be removed at the same time, or left in place. ...Read more

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How is vaginal hysterectomy healing faster?

Less invasive: An advantage of vaginal hysterectomy is the lack of a large abdominal incision. Without that incision, there is usually less post-operative pain, so patients may return to regular activities more quickly and comfortably. ...Read more

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What's the recovery time for laproscopic vaginal hysterectomy?

Varies: The recovery can be as quick as a few days or as slow as a few weeks. Most women spend only a few hours or one night in the hospital after the surgery. ...Read more

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What are risks of a laparoscopically assisted vaginal hysterectomy?

Same as any surgery: The risks include bleeding, infection, damage to bowel bladder and adjacent organs, pain, postoperative bleeding, failure to cure pain, scar formation, need for additional surgery. In the case of the lavh - there would be the risk of needing open abdominal surgery as well. ...Read more

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Can you have a vaginal cuff tear without bleeding after vaginal hysterectomy?

Can you have a vaginal cuff tear without bleeding after vaginal hysterectomy?

A defect, not a tear: The healing of a vaginal cuff after vaginal hysterectomy is not always predictable or may not be complete or smooth for several weeks after surgery. A defect in the vaginal scar may on occasions occur without symptoms but it would be rather unlikely although not impossible that a "cuff tear" would take place without bleeding ". ...Read more

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Please tell me, could a vaginal hysterectomy and a hemmorhoidectomy be done at the same time?

Yes, anything is: Possible, but some things are not advisable. It depends on a lot of things, but I would not advise you to do it. Ask your doctor who knows much more about you for specific advice. ...Read more

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I had a vaginal hysterectomy almost 5 weeks ago is it ok to have oral sex as long as nothing goes inside.

I had a vaginal hysterectomy almost 5 weeks ago is it ok to have oral sex as long as nothing goes inside.

Either way: You can try having usual sex, if it does not hurt, it should be safe.
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Practice safe sex. ...Read more

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Hi there I was wondering what I can do with an inability to lose weight after a partial vaginal hysterectomy that was January 9th 2012.

Don't stop trying.: Eat healthfully. Try to eat at least 5 servings of vegetables & 4 of fruit per day. Increase nutritional fiber. Avoid refined sugar & junk carbohydrates. Avoid alcohol, sweetened juices, soda & caffeinated beverages. Aim for 7.5 to 8 hrs of sleep / night. Hydrate w at least 64 oz of water / day. Calories burned must > calories consumed. Do both cardio & weight training. ...Read more

Dr. Dennis Higginbotham
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Vaginal Hysterectomy (Definition)

Vaginal hysterectomy is the removal of the uterus and cervix through the vagina (with no visible incisions/ scars). The procedure offers faster recovery and lower risk than abdominal surgery. The ovaries and tubes can also be removed at the same time, ...Read more


Dr. Jeff Livingston
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Hysterectomy (Definition)

The entire uterus (womb), cervix, the part protruding into the vagina, and ...Read more