is it possible for a obgyn doctor to tell if a 53 year old widow hasnt had sex for 9 years as opposed to having frequent sex the last 6 months by looking at the walls of her vagina for roughness and ridges? She passed into menopause 3 years ago and has 5 children, the last 10 years ago
I'm trying to figure out the meaning of the post. On the surface, as to the basic question---- no. But why are you asking this. You say she is a widow of 9 years but question rough sex in the past 6 months. Why do you think this about the past 6 months? I'm just trying to figure this question out. If you are in a new relationship with this woman=== it is not going to get off to a good start if you are questioning what she is telling you and not trusting her. good luck
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