I put off my hysterectomy for years ... about 4. In the end (especially in the last year leading up to the hysterectomy), the fibroids in my uterus were growing at such a rate, my surgeon thought it might be cancer. He monitored the situation for about a year or so, was unwilling to let it go any further and put me on the emergency list. I am 16 months post surgery and have recovered. But, I have this question ... is it normal for women who are premenapausal, or who are struggling with a phobia about anaesthetic and the thought of major abdominal surgery to not feel like sex? In the year or so leading up to this operation, my hormones/emotions were all over the place. I lost all interest in sex, felt tired most of the time (doctor said fibroids can bring on anemia when left) and worried just about every day about the operation and anaesthetic.
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