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Urinary incontinence and its treatment

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When I orgasm during intercourse, masturbation or finger stimulation from a partner and the 'g spot' is the main area of rubbing- i orgasm and squirt out a substance--- i know there is female ejaculation but this smells like urine somewhat and has a yellowish tint-- and my partner once tasted it and it was bitter like urine.
I know and have heard of women who ejaculate and i know it feels like you are peeing as it is coming out but i feel like i am actually peeing because of the odor. It makes me extremely uncomfortable and self conscious and I am not able to fully enjoy sex. I am not able to fully participate for the fear of 'peeing' on my partner. I didn't start the squirting thing til this last year-- and during this last year is when i've had the uria problem- IS this a sign of something different going on? IS it actually possible to pee during intercourse? Do you think that this is something I can fix? PLZ help confusedinidaho


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replied November 6th, 2008
Urinary and Bladder Disorders Answer A4821
You wrote: “List of other diseases, conditions, or injuries and their treatment: Bipolar disorder, hypothyroidism, --- and my question i don't think would be considered a condition.
Current medical treatment: I take Depakote for the bipolar and levothyroxene for my thyroid and paxel for depression and phenterimene for weight loss
Question: When I orgasm during intercourse, masturbation or finger stimulation from a partner and the 'g spot' is the main area of rubbing- i orgasm and squirt out a substance--- i know there is female ejaculation but this smells like urine somewhat and has a yellowish tint-- and my partner once tasted it and it was bitter like urine. I know and have heard of women who ejaculate and i know it feels like you are peeing as it is coming out but i feel like i am actually peeing because of the odor. It makes me extremely uncomfortable and self conscious and I am not able to fully enjoy sex. I am not able to fully participate for the fear of 'peeing' on my partner. I didn't start the squirting thing til this last year-- and during this last year is when i've had the uria problem- IS this a sign of something different going on? IS it actually possible to pee during intercourse? Do you think that this is something I can fix?”
Depakote


Given the symptoms you provided,its seems that you may be experiencing urinary incontinence. Urinary incontinence is any involuntary leakage of urine. There are several types of urinary incontinence: stress incontinence, urge incontinence, functional incontinence, bedwetting, etc. Stress incontinence is due to pelvic floor muscle weakness. This condition can worsen when other muscles that support urination work involuntary, as is the case in an orgasm. Usually these muscles cannot override the strength of the pelvic floor muscles. But in certain conditions they overreact. One of these conditions might be hypersensitivity caused by Depakote as a side effect. In order to determine the real cause for urinary incontinence, you might want to consult a urologist or OBGYN.


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