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Posted by: Petra | 2010/02/24

anti-sex drive

I am married for almost 18 years and had the operation(histerectomy) 3 years ago.Since then i am anti-sex. Is this normal after the operation and what can i do to get my sex drive back again?

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It is a concern that many women express after their hysterectomies. It could be a combination of emotional and hormonal changes. On a physical level you could have it checked out by your medical doctor/gynecologist. Furthermore it might be necessary for you and your partner to explore a different approach to your love making to assist you to get in the mood as it might not be a spontaneous need from your side. Men and women have different response cycles that could also provide some insight after reading up on the following website – www.sexualhealth.co.za

You are also welcome to contact our helpline – 0860100262 where you could be assisted to get in touch with a therapist as close a possible to you.

Furthermore you are welcome to visit the following website for any more sexual health information and assignments that could be helpful: www.sexualhealth.co.za – explore the sensate focus techniques

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Posted by: sexologist | 2010/02/26

It is a concern that many women express after their hysterectomies. It could be a combination of emotional and hormonal changes. On a physical level you could have it checked out by your medical doctor/gynecologist. Furthermore it might be necessary for you and your partner to explore a different approach to your love making to assist you to get in the mood as it might not be a spontaneous need from your side. Men and women have different response cycles that could also provide some insight after reading up on the following website – www.sexualhealth.co.za

You are also welcome to contact our helpline – 0860100262 where you could be assisted to get in touch with a therapist as close a possible to you.

Furthermore you are welcome to visit the following website for any more sexual health information and assignments that could be helpful: www.sexualhealth.co.za – explore the sensate focus techniques

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