Devi and Marthe answer a viewers question about her ability to have pleasure and orgasms after having a hysterectomy.
Female Bodies are capable of over 11 different kinds of orgasmic pleasure, and at least 2 of these orgasmic sensations are dependent upon having an intact cervix and uterus, some (if not all) of which are removed during a hysterectomy.
That being said, there are 4 major nerve pathways which feed and nourish the female genitals, and these 4 major nerve pathways have branches that extend all throughout the pelvic region.
The cervix and uterus are connected to at least 2 of those major nerve pathways, so when those organs are removed, the direct line of communication from those organs to the brain, via those specific nerve pathways, is no longer in place.
But as Marthe explains in this video, chances are there are still smaller branches of those major nerve pathways present in other areas of your vagina, and they may be indirectly accessed through vaginal and vulvic stimulation.
There are also over 9 more types of orgasmic sensation female bodies are able to experience, so there is no reason you can not have a deeply satisfying and nourishing experience of sexual pleasure for the rest of your life.
Yay for vaginas!