Magbility - expert help for the newly disabled Written by malcolm james pugh
Magbility is a highly regarded business based near Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England with a reputation stretching back to before Internet. Now, we are extending same knowledgeable and professional service to our Web based customers. We have expert staff on hand to answer your technical queries and build a tailor made solution to fit your needs. Products to make someone more mobile are often bought by, or for, vulnerable or infirm - take risk out of purchase and talk to our experienced care advisors that have been specially trained to understand our customer's needs and requirements. We supply and install a wide range of stairlifts that can be designed to fit almost any accommodation. Our experienced designers will discuss your specific requirements with you and take all measurements needed to provide a quality, safe installation. Whether your flight of steps goes straight or around corners, Magbility can provide appropriate track to meet your needs. All our stairlifts can be fitted by our qualified engineers in an hour and come with a 12 month warranty, rapid response safety sensors and a swivel seat to ease getting on and off. They also fold away compactly and come in a range of colours. Talk to Magbility to experts in design, supply and installation of stairlifts. We even offer a free, no obligation home survey carried out by qualified engineers who will answer any questions you have and give you free professional advice to assist you in understanding your options.
The Effect of Hysterectomy on Sexual Response and Sexual IdentityWritten by James Brann, MD
The effect of hysterectomy on sexual response and sexual identity is mixed. Most woman go on to have a normal sex life, some have a heightened response , while others are less able to have a sexual response following hysterectomy due to their perceived loss of femininity. Some women may notice a change in their sexual response after uterus has been removed, uterine contractions that may have been associated with orgasm will no longer be perceived. Other women may experience a heightened response. This may be due to fact that they no longer have to worry about getting pregnant and no longer have tremendous pain or dysfunctional bleeding.
If ovaries are not removed, outer genitals and vagina are not affected and remain lubricated with sexual response. If ovaries are removed at time of hysterectomy, vaginal dryness may be a problem during sexual intercourse. Vaginal dryness can be helped with use of estrogen cream.
During hysterectomy vaginal tissue is removed and may make vagina shorter. Deep thrusting during intercourse may be painful. Changing positions during intercourse may help, such as being on top or bringing your legs closer together.
Recently interest in supracervical hysterectomies (where cervix is not removed at time of hysterectomy) has grown out of speculation that women might enjoy better sexual function after hysterectomy when cervix is left in place. A new study has found there is no difference in sexual function or quality of life when a supracervical hysterectomy is performed instead of a total abdominal hysterectomy.