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New Page About Suggested Sexual Positions After Surgery
« on: June 09, 2009, 02:36:35 PM »
Sex after hip resurfacing is a very popular and important subject.  Dr. Wallskog has been kind enough to share a page about suggested postions for sex after surgery for the website.  I think it is interesting and can help people become more creative.  Be sure to ask your own surgeon when you can return to having sexual activities and what is allowed.

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Re: New Page About Suggested Sexual Positions After Surgery
« Reply #1 on: July 14, 2014, 09:48:36 PM »
Thank you, thank you! I will be getting resurfaced in a few weeks and it was nice to get the scoop on sex after the surgery. The new page was very helpful to this shy guy. I would have been hesitant to ask my doctor about it....but bet my wife would have. Sounds like some caution should be taken and it isn't really a contest. I did notice that there wasn't mention of other types of sexual play which might make sense during recovery. I'll let your imagination fill in the blanks  ;) Being more flexible and mobile will definitely help the lovin' improve!!!
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