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    Tips for more comfortable sex after a hysterectomy (or when your partner is too large)
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    Karen Luster, MD posted:
    1. Take hold of his penis to control the depth of penetration without having your partner loss the sensation of being "covered". You can do this by using just a couple of fingers. He can do the same depending on the position.
    2. You can also place a penile ring on him and to let him know that placing his penis past the ring is uncomfortably for you.
    3. Also avoid positions where there is deep penetration that may result in discomfort.
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