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Unread 12-27-2004, 12:55 AM
Yet Another Sensitive Question


You girls are great! If any sisters need cheering up they need to read this page. I smiled and laughed as I read. I've been cleared from week 4, but have been having regular o's by hand, so to speak, from week2 to check everything worked. I think maybe I shouldnt have been cos I have so many low pains afterwards albeit a smile on my face!!
think It will be my news years eve pressy to dh, bit scary though, have this feeling that it is like a big black hole up there!!
thanks again, sensitive issues cleared up for me here.
Happy new year to you all
May all your dreams come true 2005, otherwise plough into the chocolate!!

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Unread 12-27-2004, 09:55 AM
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Originally posted by harley_kat

Marian, you are so like me. I hate to give in also, cuz then it becomes an expected thing. Now the shoe is on the other foot here tho....And I am a princess, I think he should be listening to my Royal Commands!!

You are exactly right Kat, I like that mentality!..hehe
Thanks Tab for your kind words.
Unread 12-27-2004, 10:08 AM
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If all else fails, do you think I could get a chocolate bar for originality?

No more, "not tonight dear, I have a headache".
So much for the "that time of the month" excuse, too.
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Unread 12-27-2004, 10:20 AM
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Good morning sisters,

My doc cleared me for sex at the two week post op visit, because I kept my cervix. Hubby and I have tried out the equiptment, but no deep penetration yet... I'm a little nervous.
Anyway, I was thrilled that everything worked and did not hurt. Woo Hoo!
Unread 12-27-2004, 11:33 AM
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I got the go-ahead at 4 weeks.

We tried it, "gingerly," and since hubby had gone so long without it didn't last that long... but I still felt strange and sore and decided to wait another week until next try. (particularly my bladder felt sore -- it tends to be sensitive anyway)

But the weird thing that happend -- which must have something to do with nerves -- is that I felt funny little zap-like feelings throughout my body, particularly in my legs... on and off for a few hours. So there must be some nerves that are only beginning to wake up.

I was too nervous to try for an O myself, because I'm afraid it's going to be even HARDER than it was pre-op (and it was hard enough, thank you).

But last night, I think I had an orgasm in my dream!

So maybe tonight I'll try!
Unread 12-27-2004, 06:29 PM
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I tried out the new me at day 4 post op....just to see if I still worked. I did, but it took awhile. I chalked it up to still being swollen.

During the initial 6 week recovery period (ugh, I still hate that word!) my libido took a hike. I didn't give a hoot if I never had sex again.
The first couple of times was a bit uncomfortable...mostly tender in certain spots, but all went well after that. I did have a little bleeding when we weren't so "gentle", but it hasn't happened since.

Now this pain pops up out of the blue and I'm hoping it won't be something I have to deal with forever. But, if it's the worst I have, I guess I'm not so bad off.

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