The other day when I made love with my boyfriend and I had an orgasm, there was this discharge of a lot of fluid. Could this be urine and is that normal for a woman to pee when she has an orgasm? It has never happened before and now I am a little nervous that I will wet the bed every time I have an orgasm.
I’ve been wondering about female orgasms. Does an orgasm with ejaculation necessarily mean that it was stronger than an orgasm without ejaculation? Or, does a woman only ejaculate during stronger orgasms?
Female ejaculation is a mystery for many women. It is one of the topics that is often in my email box partly because it is not well understood and most women never learned about this normal female sexual function. Many women have never experienced it, others have had the experience once or twice and still others have the experience regularly. Much of pornographic media creates the false impression that all women produce a huge release of fluid at climax.
The idea of female ejaculation is a controversial subject in part because so little research on the topic exists. There are no firm statistics on the percentage of women who experience this at climax, how much fluid is released or even the precise method to create the experience. Like most of the rest of sex, the answers to these questions are individual and mysterious even to the women having the experience. What makes the research difficult to conduct is that many women mistake the experience as incontinence and are so embarrassed that they don’t talk to anyone about it. Rather than associating the experience with pleasure, they feel shame, which sadly may make them inclined to not have sex more.
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