One door closes, but another opens.
The loss of feeling in my outer pelvis left me bereft, until I realized that I was more in tune with what was directly inside that area.
I hope you know what I mean.
There is a strange jumbling of feeling caused by MS. I believe this is called dysaesthesia. Boy, did that ever happen to me. It is the cause of "accidents" at time and the bane of my working life. A twinge, then a loss of control, all further troubled or even triggered by any physical or emotional shock or upset.
But, it's a little gift from heaven during intimacy. If we plan ahead, and protect against incontinence by a quick visit to the little girls' room beforehand, well, we can ring the bell nearly every time.
Not a bad little development in a middle-aged MSer's life, eh?