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All I can share with you is my experience. I had my first orgasm two days after the catheter removed (9 days after the surgery) with my doctor's blessing. Although my orgasm was less intense that before the surgery, it has continued to grow in pleasure as the weeks/months pass and I continue to heal. I'm also relearning what makes it feel good. I continue to orgasm almost daily (sometimes two to three times a day) and credit this as on aspect that's helping me heal.
So, get your doctor's OK, then stop worrying and enjoy!