Since february I been experiencing what I think is female ejaculation when highly aroused. At first I thought it was an infection of sorts, since I was very sick at that time. But now I've been UTI and yeast-free for months, and I still experience this almost everytime I have sex with my boyfriend, and he seems to like it a lot (because for him squirting means I had a great time, and I do).
It happens during intercourse then the "front" wall of my vagina is stimulated (does this make any sense?)
Anyway, the first time this happened I had sex with a VERY full bladder and I was extremely embarassed, since I thought it was, of course, urine. I didn't feel the urge to pee at anytime, but somehow it "leaked" (because of the pressure on my bladder).
Since then I've been careful to pee before sex, but it keeps happening (with less volume, though). I'm now more confident about this, "thinking" it's female ejaculation, but I can't stop having the feeling that it's really a LEAK.
I'm not even sure where it's coming from. I can't say for sure it's some sort of lubrication coming from my vagina or if it's coming from my urinary tract.
Anyway, the amount is enough for it to drip down my ankles and thighs, and to wet the sheets considerably, but it's not as much as PEEING would be. I don't feel like I'm peeing either, but sometimes it smells a bit like pee (most of the times it doesn't smell at all)
How can I know for sure this isn't urinary incontinence? I'm very concerned
I read an article in this site about female ejaculation but it mostly refers to the sensation of "having to pee", and I don't really feel anything when it happens (besides arousal), so I would really appreciate more opinions about this Thanks in advance
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Really, you could just check in with your doctor who could check your bladder.
Since you've been emptying it (and this isn't happening at other times, either), it seems mighty clear that's not what it is, but if these concerns are lingering for you, it's something your doctor could clear up with an exam easily.
Also, plenty of people don't feel a strong sensation from ejaculation if and when it doesn't happen with an orgasm. So, not feeling anything big save the wetness itself isn't uncommon.
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