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okay, when i have sex, or masturbate and have an orgasm (which by the way i dont get all giggly like most women ive that normal?) i feel like i have to pee real bad. ill go before, and be emtpy. and after sex and what have you i go pee a little bit. now i hear about the skenes glands, but should i feel like i gotta pee?
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It's normal in situations where pressure is being put on your bladder to feel an urge to pee and that can definatly happen during sex or masturbation. What you can do is empty your bladder beforehand so when that happens, you know that's not a ''real'' urge to go pee. [Smile]

And, no, I don't see anything abnormal with you not being ''all giggly'' when having an orgasm.

[ 02-05-2008, 08:03 PM: Message edited by: cool87 ]

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