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I want to ask, what is female orgasm can give off some sort of liquid from her vagina? or is it just pee out. I have a lot of listening to a story that when a woman will eject liquid orgasm like male sperm. So far as I know, the female orgasm did spend quite a lot of fluid in the vagina, but it just sort of liquids for lubricants and do not spray out. My wife can orgasm more than 50 times each penetration but never ejects the liquid from her vagina. Which is correct?
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replied March 3rd, 2012
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Yes,women can ejaculate. Just like a man, it comes from her prostate and exits from her urethra (pee hole), not her vagina. It is at most the same amount as you ejaculates (it is from the same glands) and it looks and tastes the same. It is thought that all women ejaculates, some just a drop or two, so you will not notice it.

I think what you are asking about is female gushing. Unlike your bladder, her's does not seal off during sex. A large amount of clear fluid can form in her bladder during arousal. This can shoot/stream/gush out causing quite a mess during sex. This is not urine, although it may contain urine. Not all women will feel comfortable letting this happen.

Lastly, she can also pee during sex. This is especially possible if she had a baby through natural child birth, or experience leaking at other times, or if you rub the front wall of her vagina too hard. This fluid will have a definite urine smell when it dries.

Take care!
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replied March 3rd, 2012
Thanks for the reply. I have been married 15 years and has always been my wife an orgasm more than 50 times but I never saw her ejaculation and spray like male ejaculation. Indeed, I felt her vagina was very wet during penetration.
After reading your explanation, I feel less satisfied my wife can not ejaculate like other women. Is this fair? What all this time my wife enjoyed her orgasm without ejaculation? I do not think so
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replied March 3rd, 2012
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Only a small number of woman ejaculate. After 15 years you are now dissatisfied? Your wife is not a circuits animal that does tricks for you.
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replied March 4th, 2012
no, you misunderstand, I am not dissatisfied with my wife, but I do not feel satisfied if it can not make my wife ejaculate when orgasm. The point is ejaculated during orgasm.
I want to make my wife can ejaculate when orgasm.
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replied March 6th, 2012
You and your wife are luckier than most, enjoying an amazing sex life for 15 years. She cannot ejaculate if she can't - it's because of a person's personal anatomy and physiology - it has nothing to do with your performance as a man! Wanting her to do that is like all of a sudden wishing she was a different animal, or had a different hair color. She is who she is. She's obviously very satisfied with you! If she knew that you were not happy with her orgasms, how would she feel? How would you feel if you made her feel inadequate? Please - relax and enjoy the beautiful gift of your wife, and the gift of having such an amazing sex life for 15 years. Please don't wish she was different. You would be sad if she was gone, and she can't just be a different kind of person. Don't listen to stupid comparison stories from other men. They are ultimately destructive to your happiness! And your wife's happiness.
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replied March 7th, 2012
Thank you for your answer and it makes me happy.

I want to ask something else:
About the dryness of anus in women. My wife has always liked to do anal sex, but since one year ago endometriosis disease attack her, we are not able to perform anal sex, because my wife's anus is always dry and easily torn.
8 months ago her in the surgical removal of endometriosis, now each us doing anal sex, her anus is always torn. Why?
Is there a vitamin E which does not contain "Soybean", because my wife is forbidden to drink and feed containing soybean.
I encourage her to drink vitamin E to keep skin elastic. My wife is now 43 years old and still menstruating.
Is there any relation the surgical removal of endometrioasis with drought in the anus? whether because of age? but it should not be in just one year has been experiencing drought.
Please help my wife to solve this problem.
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replied April 25th, 2012
Anal sex requires you to use a lubricant cream or oil,, the body does not produce lubricant from the anus naturally and you should always use lotion or oil to prevent those tears.. they can be painful and become infected.
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replied April 25th, 2012
anal sex after surgery endometriosis
Before my wife had surgery endometriosis, we always do anal sex and we don't need to provide lubricating oil into my wife's anus, because when we penetrate into the vagina, my penis have enough lubricant, and that I use to make it easier when my penis insert into the anus, and so far we had always enjoyed anal sex, and my wife's anus never had injuries.

But after my wife had surgery endometriosis, after 3 months, and when we do anal sex, and I've used lots of lube, but it still hurt and my wife's anus to tear. why?
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replied October 11th, 2012
Just use a lubricant. A woman's body changes as she gets older. Use a lubricant and go slowly. Anal sex should never be rushed when you first penetrate. The muscles have to relax and adjust.
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replied April 25th, 2012
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Re: anal sex after surgery endometriosis
vincesummer wrote:
Before my wife had surgery endometriosis, we always do anal sex and we don't need to provide lubricating oil into my wife's anus, because when we penetrate into the vagina, my penis have enough lubricant, and that I use to make it easier when my penis insert into the anus, and so far we had always enjoyed anal sex, and my wife's anus never had injuries.

But after my wife had surgery endometriosis, after 3 months, and when we do anal sex, and I've used lots of lube, but it still hurt and my wife's anus to tear. why?


Talk to your doctor about this...Have her checked out by him/her....Take care...

Caroline
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replied April 26th, 2012
Is there any other opinions
Thanks a lot ...

Is there any other opinions ...

Addition to talk a doctor about that ... because she embarrased to ask the doctor about that.
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replied April 28th, 2012
Talk to doctor, wife may be embarrassed but her health could be at risk. There could be scar tissue inside her that you are rubbing up against,, and when she tears she is more likely to get a bad infection. Talk to doctor or stop anal sex.
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replied April 29th, 2012
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"""kristigraham wrote

...Yes,women can ejaculate. Just like a man, it comes from her prostate and exits from her urethra (pee hole), not her vagina...."""

KRISTI!

Lets check a fact! WOMEN DO NOT HAVE A PROSTRATE!!!!!!!!! This invalidates your entire Answer.

The REALITY is that Women have a Gland called Bartholin's gland which helps provide lubricating fluids for the vagina during sex.

SOME women have a larger discharge of these fluids than others. Thus we have what are sometimes referred to (in mens circles) as "squirters". It is a matter of degrees. Some are just "adequate" while others are "over adequate"

Surgical history as well as age and several other factors can effect the functioning of Bartholin's gland. Your OB/GYN can assess and advise you if your Bartholin's gland is functioning within normal limits or not.

Hope this helps, But bottom line is CHECK YOUR FACTS. Be sure to consult your physician with any questions that aren't resolved easily and completely. It's quite possible that someone gave you WRONG information even if they did so with the BEST of interntions.

Hope this helps
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replied April 30th, 2012
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Dear Clyde,

You are certainly entitled to your own opinions. I do however not deal with opinions.

In 2001 the IFAA approve the term Female Prostate for the structures we know as g-spot,/grafenberg spot/Skene's glands/paraurethral glands.

The IFAA s an umbrella scientific organization of national and multinational Anatomy Associations, dedicated to anatomical sciences and is responsible for what is taught to medical students today.

The terms 'female prostate' is commonly used today in both the scientific press, as well as in the popular press to describe these glands. in the female body.

As you ae probably not aware, the female prostate is the equivalent of male protate,and it is formed from the same tissue during the embrionic phase. For that reason, PSA (prostate-specific antigens) are found in female ejaculate, the same as in male ejaculate. PSA (as the name indicates), comes from prostate glands. It is the one importand marker present in female ejaculate.

The Bartholin's glands are actually the equivalent of the male Cowpers glands which is responsible for pre-ejaculate (or pre-cum) fluid.The Bartholin's glands are located next to the vaginal opening, and is not thought to be involved in female ejaculation at all.

Sometimes it helps to just throw a term you are not sure about into a search engine and see where it leads you. Just a little bit of research could have saved you (and me) a whole bunch of effort. Not everything you have not heard about is inaccurate or wrong.....

Take care!
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replied April 30th, 2012
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OK, I stand corrected. Guess I should take my own advice about checking facts. I'll be doing some further research on this. Still sounds pretty wierd to me. It's hard for me to think of women having a prostate, but if that is the new terminology, I'll have to adjust my thinking.

I hold to my advice that you consult your physician though.
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