But, there is good news. Studies (and a survey I did of my patients!) consistently show that the most important thing that determines what sex after hysterectomy is like, is what sex before hysterectomy was like.
The decline in libido, and/or vaginal lubrication, that some women experience after hysterectomy occurs from the loss of ovaries, not the loss of the uterus. In other words, if you don’t go into menopause as a result of your hysterectomy, nothing should change.
In the spirit of full disclosure, the occasional woman, even if she keeps her ovaries, says that things seem different, her orgasms less intense. Most women have orgasms that are clitoral and vaginal in nature, but some women are aware of uterine contractions when they climax. If the uterus is gone, that aspect of their orgasm will also disappear.