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Hello everyone!!

I will get right to the point. Well my boyfriend performed manual sex on me this week. After a short period of time I felt like I had to urinate really bad. He has done this to me before and it didnt feel like that. I don't understand why it did.

After we stopped though, I didnt feel like I had to urinate anymore. It was weird. Does anyone know why this could be? Well thank you very much!

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He may have been pushing up onto your bladder, making you feel like you have to pee. As soon as he stops doing that and the pressure is released, you don't have to go anymore.

Go pee before hand, and you won't have to worry about it

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Yup, or it could have been the position you two were in was putting pressure on your bladder, or maybe he was stimulating the wrong spots (my G-spot makes me feel like I have to urinate, not a cool thing). Just wiggle around a bit and find what works for the two of you.

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