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Uber_Jess
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For the last few weeks my boyfriend and I have been having a "dry spell"- that is to say, no sex. Neither one of us is very pleased about it, but the problem is with me, or, more specifically, my body. This is really, really embarrassing and I'm sorry if this is TMI but the last time we had sex, right when I felt I was about to have an orgasm, I started to feel like I really had to pee and I rushed to the bathroom but some dribbled on the bed, floor and my boyfriend. I was sooooo embarrassed by this that we haven't had sex since. I am really, really turned on like all the time, because I haven't even masturbated because I was afraid I would pee again, and I know he is frustrated when we spend time together, but I don't want a repeat of that. Neither does he. I talked to him and he said it wasn't a big deal, but it really freaked me out. I even peed before we had sex, but this still happened. What do I do?
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September
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I am sorry you are feeling so embarrassed, uber_jess! But, I think I can reassure you. Especially since you peed before having sex, it is highly unlikely that this has anything to do with you having to pee. I think it would be helpful for you to check out this article: Squirt: On Female Ejaculation

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Johanna
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Uber_Jess
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Thanks for the information, it sounds like this may be the problem. Just a quick question though- why hasn't this ever happened before? I mean, I have had orgasms before but never actually ejaculated like that. My boyfriend and I decided to give sex a try today, and nothing like this happened then, either. Just a thought, though.
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Robin Lee
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There's really no way we can say why it hasn't happened before or why it didn't happen this time. For some people, ejaculation is intermittent.

I know that may not be the most reassuring, since you don't know when or whether to expect it to happen again, but the best suggestion I can give you is to just keep some towels around and not worry. [Smile]

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