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During sex am I squirting or am I peeing?

During sex am I squirting or am I peeing?

Squirting from . . .: A woman who squirts some watery stuff during sex, especially during orgasm, must be wondering, "where is the squirting coming from"? The vagina should become very wet from moisture coming from the sides of the vagina . . . But that doesn't squirt. The only place where there is liquid is the bladder . . . Which means the bladder must be getting squeezed, and a little pee squirts out! ...Read more

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Urine (Definition)

Urine is the product of the kidneys, which is produced to eliminate the waste products of metabolism, manage body fluid balance, &maintain acid-base balance. The blood is first filtered by the kidneys, and the composition of the resulting fluid is then altered depending on the body's needs. It is composed of mostly water, and breakdown products from blood cells impart ...Read more


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Can every women "squirt" or is it just pee? If not how can this be achieved

Can every women "squirt" or is it just pee? If not how can this be achieved

Either: Most often, release of fluid from the female during orgasm is often urine. There are some studies that show this is a buildup of fluid in the glands that surround the female urethra. Currently, there are no proven or known ways to induce female 'ejaculation'. ...Read more

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I can't squirt. Whenever I try on my own I just get the 'gotta pee' feeling but nothing more, even when I push. Am I doing it wrong? Help

I can't squirt. Whenever I try on my own I just get the 'gotta pee' feeling but nothing more, even when I push. Am I doing it wrong?  Help

Maturity: this comes with age, experience, relaxation, extended foreplay. Your body may not be homonally ready for a female ejaculation. Mediciation can also inhibit orgasmic intensity. ...Read more

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Peeing squirts of blood, what could this be?

Peeing squirts of blood, what could this be?

Hematuria: Encourage you to have this medically checked. ...Read more

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Is female squriting myth or fact is female squirting pee, or a orgaism?

Is female squriting myth or fact is female squirting pee, or a orgaism?

Squirting: “Squirting” is controversial. Some indicate that it is a form of female ejaculation in which the fluid is propelled from para-urethral ducts during or prior to orgasm. Others hold that it is lubricating secretions or incontinence of urine. ...Read more

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My wife squirts what I think is pee when she has an orgasm. What does this mean? And and is it heathy or normal?

My wife squirts what I think is pee when she has an orgasm. What does this mean? And and is it heathy or normal?

Normal: This occurs in some women and is often known as female ejaculation. It is a harmless and healthy phenomenon, although it has only been seriously studied scientifically for about the last decade. What is in the liquid is still not entirely known, although it does not appear to be urine or at least entirely urine and is thought to be secreted by glands surrounding the urethra rather than the bladder. ...Read more

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When a girl has an orgasm and squirts is it pee?

When a girl has an orgasm and squirts is it pee?

May be: “Squirting” is controversial. Some indicate that it is a form of female ejaculation in which the fluid is propelled from para-urethral ducts during or prior to orgasm. Others hold that it is lubricating secretions or incontinence of urine. ...Read more

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I've been peeing vaginally for months because of masturbation and squirting. I was wondering what can I do to fix it especially without surgery.

I've been peeing vaginally for months because of masturbation and squirting. I was wondering what can I do to fix it especially without surgery.

See a doctor!: I'm not sure exactly what you mean by "peeing vaginally," but masturbation (or "squirting") should not cause your urine to leak through the vagina--unless you have severely traumatized and injured your vagina. Please see a gynecologist right away. ...Read more