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How to have an Urethral ejaculation?????

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Hi, I want to know more about how to achieve a Urethral ejaculation. I have read up about it but I haven't been able to get one, please explain to me in detail, further more I would like to know if it's possible to still experience one while I have my period. Also I'm not even sure if I even really had a vaginal orgasm while having sex since things are totally different when I masturbating. Please help me!!! I really want to enjoy more pleasure while making love to my bf. Your help will be much appreciated!!!
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replied April 10th, 2011
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Nivea, Almost all woman can orgasm from clitoral stimulation. Only about 20% of woman can orgasm from vaginal stimulation. This is because your clitoris is your very own orgasm button. It's got no other function, just sexual pleasure. It's got the highest concentrations of nerve endings of any organ in the human body, about 8000. These nerves connect to around 15000 other nerves in 3 major nerve groups, carrying sexual stimulation to the pleasure centers of your brain. When these signals becomes so strong, your brain will get flooded and various feel good hormones will be released into your brain and blood stream. Your brain will shut off for a short while and and allow your body to release the sexual tension in the orgasmic waves.

In contrast to this, your vagina is pretty insensitive to touch and stimulation. It does not really contain nerve endings in the top two thirds of it, only the lower third around the vaginal opening.

The little bit of your clitoris you can see and feel is called the glans or head. It is literally only the tip of your clitoris. Where it enters your body, it makes a u turn and form two legs and two bulbs that run backwards towards your anus, around your vagina, just under the vulva floor and labia. (It looks like a wish bone.) Today scientists believe that a lot of the sensitivity in the outer third of the vagina is actually this clitoral complex that is stimulated.

Having something inside your vagina can give you greater pleasure when you orgasm, and due to the top of your vagina opening up and tenting when you are aroused, you might have a desire to be filled.

The same tissue that forms the male prostate before birth are also present in woman. This is also called the urethral sponge. When stimulated, it can form a secretion similar to male semen that exits the urethra in what is called female ejaculation. The ejaculates is clear or white, and is about the same amount as male ejaculate (it is formed in the same place by the same glands as male semen). Anything from a drop dripping out to a teaspoon full can squirt out in a few quick squirts.

Female ejaculation and the g spot is however still very controversial. Radiological studies and autopsies are not really able to detect it. About 20% of women does show a little thickening of the tissue around the place where the g spot is supposedly located.

Radiological studies during arousal does however show that your bladder fill with liquid in a very short period of time. There is a thought that this fluid may not be pure urine but some fluid formed during sexual stimulation. The fluid being released in large quantities are either this fluid or urine. Woman releasing fluid in this way will mostly describe it as gushing and it can be cups full being released this way - however much fluid the bladder can store.


Releasing the fluid this way requires that you bear down and push out like you are forcing yourself to urinate. Ignore any feeling that you are going to urinate, just keep on pushing out.

If you do not orgasm during sexual intercourse, it is normally because your clitoris is not getting the correct stimulation. This can be solved by using a position where you or your partner can access your clitoris during intercourse and rub it. Doggie, you on your back with your legs in the air or you on top can work for this. Your other option is to use a position where your clitoris does get stimulated. Get on top where you can control the depth, speed and direction. Grind down to give your clitoris stimulation. Slide forwards and backwards, grind, lean forward to bring your clitoris down. Do whatever you need to do to get your clitoris the attention that it needs. You can also look at a special technique called coital alignment technique (C.A.T.). use the google to find info on this. It is however an advanced technique.

Best of luck!
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replied April 10th, 2011
Thanks alot for the info, much help, will try my best next time. Yes I need the luck, tc
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replied April 12th, 2011
I'm giving up, I don't think I can have one. I have tried everything, i think cos when I get that sensation as if am about to pee I can't continue. How do I make myself continue n then push out to squirt???
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