A woman who lost her virginity for the first time has been given the chance to have sex again after being diagnosed with erectile dysfunctions
A woman has been told she can have sex with a partner again after undergoing an emergency procedure to repair a hole in her uterus.
The woman, who is not named in court papers, was admitted to hospital last November and told her condition was due to an enlarged uterus.
However, her doctor said the woman had no problems with her health and had a “good response” to the operation.
After the surgery, the woman’s condition deteriorated to the point where she needed an emergency operation, and in the interim she has been allowed to have a vasectomy and had an erection for the past three months.
The court documents reveal the woman, from New York, underwent an emergency hysterectomy in March 2018 after a blood clot in her fallopian tube caused her to experience painful erections.
However she says the surgery did not improve her condition and she was discharged from hospital last September.
She has not yet had sex with another man.
The case will be heard in the New York state court in the spring.
It is unclear whether the woman will have to pay a medical bill for the procedure.