I recently learned how to ejaculate with my partner. We have been together for about 4 months now. Several times when he has made me ejaculate there is blood in the discharge and mucus. We thought at first he had a nose bleed but it appears that it is from me. It doesn't appear to be coming from my cervix when I examine it or from any tears or skids in the skin of my vagina. Could it possibly be coming from the fluid when I ejaculate? There is no pain and only happens when I actually ejaculate. I know my cycle very well and know for sure that it is not my period. Is this normal? What could be the source?
The female ejaculate is a product of the paraurethral glands. It has a composition similar to the one generated by the prostate gland in males. However, it does not normally contain blood. The excessive stimulation might have caused this condition. You might want to skip the female ejaculation sometimes to give the glands enough time to heal on themselves, since their primary function is to participate in lubrication instead of forming a large quantity of fluid for the ejaculate.
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