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Feeling the need to urinate during an orgasm

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before i have an orgasim it feels like i have to pee then fluid comes out. is this pee or something else???


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replied June 28th, 2010
Sexual Health - Women Answer A13569
Hi and welcome to the forum! I am glad that I can help you.

You want to know whether urine can be released during an orgasm.

An orgasm is a peak of sexual excitement characterized by strong feelings of pleasure and by a series of involuntary contractions of the muscles of the genitals. In females those contractions can cause a release of mucous from the cervix, and release of vaginal fluid. The contractions may also cause a release of small amounts of urine, especially in cases when the urinary bladder is full of urine.

According to the data that you described, you are experiencing a feeling like the need to urinate during orgasm. Consult a gynecologist if the symptoms are frequent and uncomfortable.

Please keep in mind that I provide medical information only. I am not able to diagnose medical conditions online. Please contact your doctor for further advice and information about diagnosis of possible underlying condition.


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