I am 57 post menopausal woman and I have been on Bio-Identical hormones for four years. I'm 5 weeks post op after a vaginal hysterectomy. Kept ovaries but uterus and cervix were removed. I also had a A & P repair due to pelvic prolapse. I am highly sexual, fantastic orgasms and I also ejaculate, always have. So, now my question, what can I expect with sexual function? And is it still possible to ejaculate (cum, squirt gush ;-) after all of this repair work.
Please help.... And I should say I am highly motivated. I have a gorgeous 35 yo old lover/play partner with a fairly large penis ( another concern) HELP
Since I am a sexologist and not an MD, these surgeries are somewhat of a mystery to me. From what I read online, the prolapse (or dropping) of the uterus, bladder or colon into the vaginal canal are almost always done along with a hysterectomy. (Not necessary in all cases). If your bladder was the only part involved and not the urinary tract which is surrounded by the urethral sponge (erectile tissue related to female ejaculation which is only a teaspoon or so) I would speculate that you will still "ejaculate."
Since I'm not a big fan of G-spot or squirting, I would think this would be the least of your concerns. You say you have always ejaculated. Perhaps it was due to a weakened pelvic floor muscle. Now that you are recovering, it is not advisable to bear down or strain during urination, defecation or intercourse. One woman said she "pushed out" because her lover liked the feeling.
Ultimately any kind of long term straining will eventually weaken the PC muscle leading to urinary incontinence or prolapse of bladder, etc. While I understand the desire for vaginal orgasmic fucking especially with a viral young lover, (My book Orgasms for Two is based on my relationship with a younger man) it's still our clitorises that are the center for orgasms. So now you can educate me about your recovery and what you can do or what restrictions you might discover.
By all means spend some time on the Internet reading up on this surgery for organ prolapse. Dr. Kegel designed his exercises to avoid or replace surgery for this common problem. I just recently learned there is a controversy as to the best way to exercise the pelvic floor (PC) muscles. I'm in a constant state of changing my mind as I learn something new each day. Please keep me posted so I'll have more information about your sexual pleasure recovery, an essential topic rarely discussed. Just go slow and put your recovery first for now.