I haven't gone through it but two good friends have. One was in her twenties, took hormone pills routinely after that, had a very jolly sex life for another bunch of decades. Another had a complete hysterectomy in her thirties, looked on it almost from day one (I didn't know her then, but shortly thereafter) as being saved from ever worrying about uterine or ovarian cancer, also took hormone pills, also had a clearly happy sex life for more decades.
I had something different - a massively bleeding small fibroid, which was taken out in a then new technique using a laser, not a hysterectomy. Before I had that done, I had to take a shot, lipron, I think it was, that cut down any ongoing sex hormone production.
That small, easy surgery went well, but after the shot and for a few months after surgery I had remarkably little, stunningly little to me, interest in sex. I told the doctor. He put me on estrotest pills (have some testosterone in the mix, that women have normally) and that brought my interest back to normal, basically kicked up my normal hormones, so we (dr. and I) took me off of it a few months later, and I was fine.
If I remember your posts, you didn't want to take any pills anymore ever.
I hope you reconsider that, as you may need supplementation.
From my experience, I'd say it is extremely eerie having no or low sex hormones.
I don't know what happens re hormone levels with loss of one ovary versus two. Please talk with your doctor about that.