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Unread 03-09-2007, 08:32 PM
Been years since I`ve been here...I`m lost!

Hello all. Its been three years since my total hysterectomy...uterus, ovaries, cervix. Had a big 3 lb. fibroid tumor. I`m now 54....I don`t take any HRT. No problems...except one.
I only recently felt into my vagina to see what it was like without a cervix. Where my cervix used to be , is very tender....even painful to the touch and slight pressure of my fingertip.
My husband developed diabetes and we have not had sexual relations for almost 4 years. Now I`m concerned that sex will be too painful at all.
So, where do I go to find information about this pain where my cervix used to be? It does`nt bother me at all, until I feel it directly. I do not have vaginal dryness, so thats not it.
Anybody have any ideas or suggestions about wher to look for information? Thank you.
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Unread 03-11-2007, 03:27 PM
Been years since I`ve been here...I`m lost!



Have you called your doctor and explained this to him/her? It may be that your doctor needs to examine you to see why there is tenderness in this area.

Best wishes to you! s
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