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melmi81
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the other day, i had had what i believed was an orgasam, with some one, it has happend once beofre by myself, but this was another person, i thought, well belived it was cos it was, the most anything had felt sex wise... but as it was happing.. there was... i may or may not have appaeretnly wet myself.. *oh so embrassed* im not sure, cos i didn't feel like i was going to the bath room, i didnt think i needed to as such... but there was, i dontknow whether it was pee or what, i think it might have been cos he said it was kind of yellow.. and now i feel like dieing * not really just oh so embrassed* but im still it thought it was cos it was like i said the most intense thing ever, ive tried looking online, and it may be im a "squirter?" but yellowish to me is deffently somethign else... any ideas? other then i need help! too affraid to let go now.
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JamsessionVT
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It is entirely possible that you are one of the small number of women out there who can ejaculate, so to speak.

Have you read up on orgasms, etc? You may find this article helpful in that regard.

http://www.scarleteen.com/article/sexuality/sexual_response_orgasm_a_users_guide

As for being worried, female ejaculation is nothing to be ashamed of or worried about. It's perfectly healthy and normal; it's understandable to feel embarrassed, especially with a new partner. Has this ever happened to your before? If not, the shock of it may be a little overwhelming, but it's nothing to be shameful of.

[ 01-03-2009, 10:51 PM: Message edited by: JamsessionVT ]

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