Interesting development after surgery

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Interesting development after surgery

Postby TJC » Sun May 21, 2017 5:59 am

This requires a little explanation to understand. Dw had needed a hip replacement surgery for a couple years now, and finally had it done. We also knew she had one leg slightly longer than the other, which had caused a spinal rotation in her lower back. She had often commented that feeling down there during sex was not really there or hard to feel. Fast forward to today. She's had the surgery, and recovering nicely, and we've resumed having sex. first couple of times she commented she seemed to have more feeling down there, and last night she commented that she had never felt like that during IC. We are under regular chiropractic care, so I know that the particular area where her spinal rotation is has the nerves for sexual function. Now part of the process of the hip replacement surgery, is measuring the legs to assure that both legs are as uniform as possible. So as a result, both her legs are now fairly uniform. I'm thinking this has probably caused some correction of her spinal rotation, which although it causes her some back pain when we go for our daily walks, has also opened up neural pathways to her sex organs that were previously pinched. Whatever the case, we're both happy with the new development. :D
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Re: Interesting development after surgery

Postby beekeeper » Sun May 21, 2017 6:08 am

This is good news! Congratulations :)

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Postby SeekingChange » Sun May 21, 2017 6:29 am

What a blessed benefit for you both, but especially your wife! My lower back is a gateway to pleasure....meaning, it's almost a surefire way to get my body to respond sexually (with potential orgasm), even if it's not a desired response (i.e. with chiropractic care, massages)
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Re: Interesting development after surgery

Postby tjw » Sun May 21, 2017 6:37 am

That is good news, indeed. And, yes, quite a blessing!

And should bring hope to those who suffer from sexual dysfunction that causes CAN BE FOUND and CAN BE CORRECTED if
they can find doctors who are willing to get off the beaten path and take a scientific approach to solving a problem.

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Postby ledgemoor » Sun May 21, 2017 6:51 am

Great news!
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Re: Interesting development after surgery

Postby Unfulfilled » Sun May 21, 2017 7:20 am

Interesting development!

My DW was born with two (not sure which 2) of the lower vertebrae are fused together. She always has some lower back and hip discomfort. Especially during woman on top does she complain about hip pain.

Your discovery makes me wonder if this is the reason why DW says her "O's" are "not really worth the effort". Is it because the fused vertebrae are inhibiting full feeling, intensity and response???

I'm so happy your wife may habe found new and wonderful pleasure. Praise God.


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