Hi, everyone - I'm a 54yr old female 4 weeks out from a TRK, right knee. When is it possible to have sex again? My husband of 30+ years and I have made a couple of attempts and it's just so painful to bend my knee; also I think hydrocodone lowers my sex drive or at least distracts me. I had surgery to repair two torn ligaments in my left ankle in August and walking/standing is painful on both legs, and I've been on painkillers for months; I'm embarrassed to ask my physical therapist about something intimate. Any advice?View Thread
Wow, I'm the only person to post this? I think time is the answer, I just want things to be normal as soon as possible. I also think I wasn't fully prepared for the aftermath of surgery - I didn't want to have it so soon after the ankle surgery, but you know how it is, have to work while the insurance out of pocket is met. Things will improve. Thanks for your response.View Thread
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