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I am scared.. was it pee or woman ejaculation that came out of my virgina? Lots of fluid come out of my virgina only when there is clit stimulation. It was not a G-spot orgasm so i am not sure if its pee or if i am reali climax. It is yellow-ish in colour. That makes me even more confused. The come didnt squirt out like what porn stars do but just flood out and wet the bed. Was it normal? Help...!!!:S
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replied August 3rd, 2009
I do the same thing, only I always feel like I am reaching my ultimate climax. I never understood why I have so much liquid, I always wondered if I was peeing or not also. I don't always cum like that, thats why I think it's only when I reach the most high in climax. I have heard other women say they did it too and it made me feel better about myself. For a long time I wondered if I was the only one. I think it does make a man feel good. I'm glad I read your article.
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replied August 3rd, 2009
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It can be urine or female ejaculate.

The porn you are seeing is bogus. It lives in the imagination of the director.

Female ejaculate is at most a spoon full of cloudy or clear sweet fluid. A female's body does not have a place to store ejaculate like a man, or to manufacture copious amounts of ejaculate very quickly. It can drip out (most often) or one or two quick squirts). It is thought that most women ejaculate in this way but does not know about it because it drips out and gets masked by semen and other lubrication and fluids.

The mechanism for manufacture is the same as in a man's prostrate. Look at the amount of male ejaculate and you can be assured female ejaculate will be less (the glands are smaller and less well developed and there is no store to store it in). Once again, do not look at fake and doctored porn - if you believe that, you will believe that most men have 10 inch penises that can pump away for hours before exploding in a spectacular shower of semen....

Female ejaculation can be brought on by any form of sexual stimulation (clitoris or g-spot) and the latest research shows that it does not even have to be related to orgasm.

Ejaculate comes out of your body through the pee hole (urethral opening), not the vagina.

On the other hand, large volumes of fluid gushing out can only come from the bladder. Women does not have a valve to close down the bladder during arousal and sex like men have. The only place a woman can store that much fluid for quick release. The pelvic floor comes under great tension during sexual stimulation and especially orgasm. The muscles controlling the bladder contracts and lets go during orgasm. Woman are also taught to push and bear down to make this gush out. The sensation can be incredibly good as it fits in with the general release of tension during orgasm. There are some research that indicate that some of the ejaculation fluid (PSA) flows backwards into the bladder. The fluid gushing out is thus often not pure urine but this fluid combined with urine to form a light yellow fluid.
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replied August 4th, 2009
I do the same thing. I heard somewhere its best to go to the bathroom before you do anything, that way you can tell the difference
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replied August 5th, 2009
Thanks for the reply and information. I heard its normal and i did try go bathroom before and i think that happened less frequently. But sometimes theres still liquid coming out just like normal - not as much tho. :S Does that mean i pee during sex? Should i control it? I thought we can't pee during intercourse just like men. But what i got above was different. So..what should I do? How can i control pee when i reach climax?
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replied October 16th, 2012
My husband and I have a lot of sex, sometimes we'll only do it one day out of the week. in that day we probably have sex 6-7 times. usually he has to stop because it starts to hurts me after a while. also whenever he makes me orgasm i get really dry. then i get the feeling that i have to pee and i read that that meant i was about to squirt, but we stop and i go to the bathroom and i actually pee. why do i get dry after i orgasm and what is the explanation to actually peeing after i orgasm?
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replied October 16th, 2012
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Is it pee that comes out? Or is it gushing fluid which builds up in your bladder during sex? An easy way is to just let it go during sex. Once it dries you can smell it or see if it leaves a stain.

Just letting go during sex will also feel sooo good. Just tell your husband you are going to try it to see what happens, and go for it.

The vagina is quite delicate and not made for long, rough sex. It goes dry, and gets warm, and it gets sore. So if you can go past 20 to 30 minutes, you are already doing better that normal. The wetness is arousal fluid. It gets squeezed from the cells in the vaginal walls.The fluid is very light and evaporate easily. Get a good silicone based lube where they sell condoms. silicone can last longer and should keep you comfortable.

And keep on peeing after sex. It lowers your chance of getting an UTI from sex.
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replied October 18th, 2012
sometimes it is pee and sometimes its just clear. also i think im allergic to the latex from condoms because it burns really bad and i get bumps whenever i use them.
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