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G-spot orgasm or pee ?

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alright so a few nights ago i was masterbating, and i decided it was time to try a g-spot orgasm. i found that using something that vibrates on my g-spot made the feeling more intense, but it only really felt like i had to pee. i kept it up for about 2 minutes and i tried to kind of relax and let it out but it hurt to do that. so i moved the object a little farther out and fluid started to gush out. it didnt really feel all that wonderful, but didnt hurt. did i ejaculate or just pee?
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replied August 11th, 2010
Sorry, I have no idea.

Andrew Rynne.


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replied January 5th, 2011
I have had the same experience with the G-spot and believe that it was a gush of pee. I would think a gynocologist would have some idea if that is what is happening or what and why....I will ask mine the next time I see him.
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replied January 5th, 2011
if you have kids then there's a high chance it's pee (although if this was the case it would be more painful). i forget what the condition is called but there is a way to fix it.
if it's not pee then.. i mean i do the same thing. it feels like pee but for me it feels good so i don't know what to tell you :/
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