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What is female ejaculation (squirting)?

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In brief: Probably urine

The vaginal glands don't have significant muscle, so expelled fluid may be vaginal secretions expressed by a vaginal contraction, but more likely is urine because the female bladder neck/urethra are continent only at "low" pressures.

In brief: Probably urine

The vaginal glands don't have significant muscle, so expelled fluid may be vaginal secretions expressed by a vaginal contraction, but more likely is urine because the female bladder neck/urethra are continent only at "low" pressures.
Dr. Stephen Chinn
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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry

In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
Dr. Heidi Fowler
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