Okay, I've never been involved with anyone sexually, but I have...experimented with myself so to say. I'm really embarassed to talk about this so please bare with me...The first time I've ever made myself orgasm I thought I was going to pee, so I stopped afraid I would wet my bed. After that I've still continued to masturbate occasionally, but I don't think I've ever fully orgasmed because it never felt as good as the first time. Then not too long ago I tried it again and it felt amazing so I kept going and before I could stop I ended up peeing. It was so gross! Why would that happen?? I've heard something before about some girls pee when they orgasm...but I didn't really think it'd happen to me... Is there anyway or anything I could do to not do it?
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(Actually, urine generally doesn't have a strong scent in most healthy women, and ejaculate -- thus -- doesn't smell all that different, since neither have strong scents. Often, ejacuate is somewhat more clear, though again, when someone is well hydrated, urine, too, isn't all that yellow.
So, if your bladder is empty, ultimately, there's no cause for concern, as female ejaculation does happen.)
I think I went to the bathroom before I masturbated, because I usually do and then I make sure to wash my hands because...well, less chance of infections and all that stuff. So...I suppose it could've been ejaculation. I still don't really understand that whole thing because I've been told that women couldn't ejaculate, but now I hear they can...so...? But it's only really happened twice; when it's felt the best, and I've been the most satisfied. So I guess that makes sense.
Well, plenty of women can/do ejaculate, to the point that even calling it a rarity may be pushing it. But it doesn't always happen all the time to women who do, and to boot, it may or may not occur when sex feels "best." In fact, plenty of women ejaculate before actual orgasm, or even without it.
It isn't the same as male ejaculate, but in some ways it is similar. However, it still isn't known exactly what the composition of it is, nor exactly how it happens, though it's thought to be based in the skene's glands (and its theorized, thus, that plenty of women do not ejaculate at al in part because the size of the glands is such so as to make any level of ejaculate indeterminable from other vaginal secretions).
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