Sounds like ejaculation.
If you've emptied your bladder before sex, you can be pretty well assured it isn't urine.
And yes, it happens to other women. No one can say of yet exactly how many, because, suffice it to say, research into female sexuality isn't exactly at the top of the world's list. But it's thought to happen, at least at one time or another, to most women, and to whom, how much, and how often, varies based on the size of certain glands, as well as general sexual habits, attitudes and lifestyle. At this point, many sex researchers still consider it to be rare, though that may be basd on lack of adequate research, on the kinds of sex most women have, and on the fact that for plenty of women, the amount of ejaculate is scanty enough to go unnoticed.
It's nothing to be embarassed about: heck, even if it WERE urine, it wouldn't be. Sex is messy, and body fluids are body fluids. Partnered sex tends to involve both partners getting pretty intimate with one another's fluids of all types.
(Just a geek: human urine actually isn't supposed to have a strong smell. In healthy folks who eat properly, it's actually pretty odorless most of the time.)
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