Firstly, thank you everyone at Scarleteen for running this website and providing so much unbaised information.
I have a question. I am seeing a boy at the moment. We haven't had sex yet, but we have tried numerous other things. Yesterday, he was fingering me and when I began to get close, I would feel a pressure at the top of my vagina. It felt a lot like I needed to pee, though in actuality I didn't. I know I've heard of this happening so I'm not concerned about whether it's "normal" or not, however, what is causing this and is there any way to make it stop? It's an awkward feeling, and it's keeping me from really having fun.
Posts: 1 | From: Canada | Registered: Jun 2008
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Are you emptying your bladder before sex? If not, you need to be doing that. There are two reasons for this; for one, urinating before and after sex can reduce your risk of urinarty tract infections. Second, this may reduce the feeling of needing to pee during sexual activity.
You can also experiment further; certain activities may make you feel like you need to go while others don't.
The sensation of having to pee is fairly common, especially when your g-spot is being stimulated (i.e. being fingered). The pressure is due to female ejaculatory fluid building up and its usually an indicator that you are going to ejaculate or "squirt" when you orgasm. The best thing to do is make sure your bladder is empty before you start fooling around with your boyfriend and when you start to feel the urge to pee, don't fight it. Try and relax and let the orgasm come naturally. You may squirt out a little fluid when you cum, but its clear and relatively odorless so its nothing to be grossed out about. If you want to minimize the mess you should either lay down a towel beforehand or lay on the edge of a couch/bed that is on a hardwood floor.
Once you squirt, your boyfriend will go crazy, trust me.
Posts: 2 | From: UIUC | Registered: Jul 2008
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