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Examining female ejaculatory discharge

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i have this female ejaculatory discharge thing n i want to know if theres any treatment i could get please because its making me really depressed i need help please and im scared/embarassed of going to the doctors please help me

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replied February 15th, 2010
Sexual Health - Women Answer A10050

Female ejaculatory discharge is produced from the paraurethral gland located around the outer opening of the urethra. The fluid is clear and should not be mistaken for urine. Its primary function is to increase the lubrication when there is sexual stimulation and sexual arousal. Certain women find that even small stimulation might lead to ejaculate.

You might want to visit a gynecologist for additional information and a physical examination. You might be recommended to use anesthetic creams applied in the area in order to reduce the stimulation. The effect of the hormones you take might also be revised.

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