So I just got back from my boyfriends house. We did a little kissing...not much else. I didn't feel anything but me undies were certainly not dry. Maybe it was just the position i was in, but it didn't seem to be coming out of me vagina. And it wasn't the same consistancy as my normal vaginal discharge. What's the deal?
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Usually when I get aroused I can feel something "coming down" also. I think its just your body getting ready to have sex. I dont think that there is anything to worry about, unless you are running like a faucet. If you are then I suggest you go see your GYNO.
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[This message has been edited by glitter695 (edited 07-02-2001).]
That's probably what's commonly referred to as femal ejaculate. It's just another lubricating fluid that is secreted from the ureter (it is _not_ urine). It's all good. It's okay. Nothing to worry about.
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during sexual arousal, your vagina lubricates. it does this by filtering out some plasma from your bloodstream (this is why vaginal secretions transmit diseases so easily). some call this process "vaginal sweating."
check out the article on Sexual Arousal (can someone put up the link?)
sorry if my thoughts are disorganized. i'm on the phone.
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