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24 Nov 2004
I am 36 and have had 4 children, 3 of whom were over 4kg's at birth. My gynae did a repair a year ago because my husband said I was "too wide".However, I don't feel as though there is any difference. I am seperated from my husband and haven't had sex since the op.How do I tell whether I am too wide or not? I am currently in a relationship but am too embarrassed to have sex because of what my husband said.
I'd suggest that you try having sex. There is no such thing as too wide. Women's sizes are relative. Only if you or your partner have problems would it be necessary to think about this.
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