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    I had a suburethral.cyst removed two months ago because my gyno said it was causing my problem. I still have the symptoms and she now says it's urethral syndrome, which I am trying to get under control. However since the surgery although I can become aroused and achieve orgasm, the sensations in the area are all different. The 'normal' arousal sensations seems to be missing and instead seem to be 'dull' and almost slightly irritating (sorry can't think of a better way to explain it). Sex is impossible also as the whole area feels painful. I wonder if the nerves are damaged. Has anyone else had this problem after vaginal/urethral surgery? Can anyone tell me if things will eventually go back to normal?

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    Re: loss of sensations

    It may be that you still need recovery time. If you haven't already, I suggest you talk with your doctor.

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