Warning for guys with long dicks

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  1. pbs

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    Wife had a hysterectomy a couple of years ago, and some radiation follow up. I started going to web sites that deal with this and found that one of the problems that guys face after their partners have had this surgery is that the vagina becomes a lot shorter due to the loss of the cervix and resulting "cusp," and some are unable to fully insert themselves any longer before hitting bottom, and stretching her then is a problem. I was lucky because I usually put things inside my wife to play around with while I'm in her, and she was well stretched out before the operation, and I can still go all the way in after it. I know that those who love sex now will love it later in life as "girl" problems begin. If you just fit now, after a hysterectomy you probably won't, unless she is well stretched before, and I think it takes a while to make her deeper.

    Any gals have this experience or advice?
     
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    My mothers had a hysterectomy. She had it very young (right after my birth before they sewed her up after pulling me out) due to cervical cancer. Women don't just get hysterectomies as they age, it's a medical issue that causes it.

    As far as issues, she's had none, she's still able to have sex, use toys etc. It didn't shrink her vagina.

    I don't understand how losing the cervix would cause the vagina to..shorten. You don't fuck a cervix. You normally hit bottom when you hit the cervix.

    Do you mind explaining this a bit more?
     
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    Well, from what I understand of it and the images available, the uterus and cervix are pretty close to a 90 degree angle to the vaginal canal. When fully aroused and expanded, this can allow for a guy to technically insert past the cervix without actually ramming it. I'm guessing that with the removal of the uterus and cervix, this area is removed, meaning a possible loss of what may amount to an inch or 2 of depth.

    That is my guess.
     
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    From my own reading on the matter, if the woman does lose her cervix, the vagina does end up shorter but not all hysterectomies involve it. Many times the cervix is preserved as it does serve a function in sexual pleasure.

    Also, as a woman is aroused, her womb lifts up and effectively stretches the vagina. I would imagine that with no uterus there would be less lifting and stretching so the vagina would be functionally shorter.
     
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    When my wife had her hysterectomy, the cervix was removed and the opening left was sewn together, which pulled the sides in, making her shallower, and there is much less volume available in her vagina. Men have posted on hysterectomy forums that some can no longer fully insert themselves into their wives. She lost uterus and cervix, and maybe a lot of tissue along with them, thus closing things up a bit. I've had to scale down the sizes of some of our toys - the bigger ones just no longer fit, and I don't want to start a new opening breaking out or opening a sewn seam in there.

    I think the forum name was hyster sisters if you want to check it out.
     
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    I do know about this. My wife had uterine fibroids and a specialist recommend a hysterectomy. I read about the complications in hyster sisters and arranged for a myomectomy for her, where the fibroids are surgically removed. She recovered quicker and retained her vagina intact. Much better option.

    A lot of hysterectomies are unecessary, and the loss of size is only one of a number of complications.
     
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    Oh.. I was afraid of a horror story involving a zipper. But I know nothing of this subject. The only thing I could say is that they may use some of the vaginal walls to close the gap after surgery, making it shorter. But thats just a guess.