Will I be able to ejaculate after hysterectomy?

By Iván Ferrer Durbà.
Last Update: 01/12/2017

As seen earlier, experts have not reached a consensus on whether female ejaculation actually exists or not. Nevertheless, be it involuntary urine or an actual fluid originated from the Skene’s glands, it does not come out from the uterus or cervix, so the answer is no: hysterectomy would not change a woman’s ability to ejaculate.

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 Iván Ferrer Durbà
Iván Ferrer Durbà
BSc
Biologist & Science Teacher
Bachelor's Degree in Biology by the University of Valencia (UV). Postgraduate Course in Secondary Education and Teaching by the University of Portsmouth. Teacher of Sciences at multiple British schools and high schools.
Biologist & Science Teacher. Bachelor's Degree in Biology by the University of Valencia (UV). Postgraduate Course in Secondary Education and Teaching by the University of Portsmouth. Teacher of Sciences at multiple British schools and high schools.
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