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Case Study -  Development of sexual orgasm after Hysterectomy.
Reader: 8/4/2000>
I had a Hysterectomy in 1978 I'm now 42 and I'm having problems having an orgasms. My husband doesn't know and I'm afraid to tell him because I don't want to huret him. Is there anything I can do?? I'm very frustrated, I still desire making love but end up being disappointed. Help!!

Dr. Lin: 8/5/2000>
Hysterectomy has removed the major hormone receptor sites in your body and partially destroy the blood circulation and nervous transmission fibers in the pelvic cavity. The hormonal supply and reservation in the pelvic cavity become the major problem for your orgasmic dysfunction. The nervous fibers are also essential to produce the erectile neurotransmitter Nitric Oxide and dilator cGMP to engorge your clitoris, G-spot and Epicenter for orgasm. 
After having Hysterectomy in 1978, you have to rely on your adrenal glands and the tissues with the liver enzymes to have your testosterone and estrogen. As we start to pass midlife, our liver and adrenal functions have become weaker and weaker. 
A combination of hysterectomy and natural aging worsen your situation. This problem can be resolved by ViaGrowth-IV (item 1-005) which gives the body a balance hormone renourishment.
On the other hand, you have to grow more hormone receptors along your "inner penis" - the urethral/vaginal spongy tissues, the same as the male penile/urethral spongy tissues, as shown in
with my Finger Pliers Method,
This method can help you develop the testosterone, dihydrotestosterone (DHT) and oxytocin (orgasm hormone) in your penile tissues and its surrounding autorhythmic and contractile fibers that are responsible for orgasmic contraction. You have to bath and stimulate these tissues with the essential hormones to develop the hormone receptors sites, as what the bodybuilders do for the muscles with DHEA and testosterone, what the oversized people have with estrogen in their waist, hips, thighs and breasts, and what the women get from the birth control pill/injection in thickening the vaginal lining (over-coating the G-spot nerve for less sexual and orgasmic responses) and sagging the breasts. 
If you examine the relationship between the male and female "penises" very carefully, you can make the following correlation:
1. The clitoris <=> the glans penis.
2. The G-spot <=> the male trigger zone (the urethral nerve end) under the glans penis neck.
3. The Epicenter <=> the prostate.
Your urethral spongy tissues along the vaginal ceiling is your "inner penis" which is supposed to "erect" under the testosterone burst and burning and the action of the erectile neurotransmitter Nitric Oxide (NO) and the erectile dilator cGMP. When the erection of the inner penis is reached a state that exerts a pressure against the Epicenter (prostate), the nerve around the Epicenter will signal the pituitary to produce a orgasm hormone (oxytocin) burst and the autorhythmic fibers will pace the orgasmic contraction for the surrounding contractile muscle. The major contractile muscle and fibers are in and around the uterus, extending to the pubis and tailbone area.
The minor contractile muscle and fibers are your "penis" from Epicenter to the clitoris. 
Since you have the uterine contractile fibers removed, you have to rely on the vaginal, pubic and tail bone contractile fibers for orgasmic contraction. You have to train these muscles to contractile - forming the nervous linkage between these external contractile muscles and the internal autorhythmic fibers - by periodical contraction to synchronize the simultaneous stimulation on the clitoris, G-spot and Epicenter. 
Direct stimulation on the Epicenter is very important for your case.
Use my Finger Pliers Massage Method to develop the hormone receptors and train the coordination of your autorhythmic fibers and the existing contractile fibers surrounding your pelvic cavity from the low-abdomen/Pubis to the tailbone via the perineum. Do it every morning for 10-20 minutes upon your wake up. Any women can get a supper Level_7 orgasm when they know how to contract these contractile fibers to synchronize the sexual stimulation along their inner penis.
Men can intensify their orgasm in the same way. 

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