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I have lived with a uterine proplase for nearly 20 years now, and although in itself it doesn't affect my life too much, my husband and I haven't been able to have sex for quite a while, probably about four years. When we did try again about a year ago it resulted in quite serious bleeding on my part. I would not be bothered about the surgery if it where not for my husband. He has never said anything, or commented/complained in any way (obviously he knows about my prolapse) but I am only 55 (he is 58) and I feel it is unfair to never be able to have sex again. (My sex drive is practically non-existant, I don't know if this is because of the proplapse, my age, or another reason.) So my question is, will surgery be a fix for this? Will I be able to have sex again with my husand and not be a) in pain and b) bleeding heavily afterwards? I know I said my sex drive was non existant, but I really feel I would like to have it back lol! Any thoughts would be helpful, especially those who have had surgery. Thanks.
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