This is too embarrassing to ask anyone face to face so i was hoping maybe i could get some feedback online...?
Alright, i'm 19 and have been having sex with my boyfriend (& the only person i've ever had sex with) for over three years.
About a year and a half ago, my boyfriend discovered how to make me squirt. While he loved it, i had a sneaky suspicion that it wasn't female ejaculation because although it felt like it, it smelled like urine and was light yellow in color. Now, i have read on ehealth that female ejaculation does come from the same area as our pee (hence the reason it may look and smell like urine), but then how would i know if that is in fact not urine? My boyfriend just thinks i pee all over the bed, which is kind of embarrassing but at the same time i'm so comfortable around him it really doesn't make much of a difference to the either of us. & honestly, i think he is into it...
If i am just urinating during sex then how can i make myself stop?
What could be some of the reasons as to why this is happening?
If it smells and looks like urine, it probably is urine. Female ejaculation is about the same amount or less that a man's ejaculation and it comes from the female prostate glands (Skene's glands).
Female gushing is a fluid that is colorless and odorless that comes from the bladder. That is really the only place where that much fluid can come from and there is some research that suggests that it is a special process taking place in some women during sexual stimulation.
When men hunt for the g spot and female gushing, they often put pressure on the female bladder spinchter muscles that is in the same area as the so called g spot (just behind it). This pressure will make these muscles open up and combined with an orgasm can allow your bladder to void during sex.
The fact of the matter is that you enjoy it tremendously, and he worships you for the fact that he can make you gush, so why be worried about it. It is a win-win situation. For when you are intimate with the man you love and lust after, let it flow and enjoy it.
If you also leak a bit of urine when you cough, sneeze, laugh or lift something heavy, you can see your doctor as you might have some stress (or other form of) incontinence.
You should also be doing regular kegel exercises a few times every day to make sure your pelvic floor stays in a good condition. For the rest of your life. It does not matter if you leak or gush. Every woman should do this.