This is where things remain hazy, Dr. This fluid is usually colorless and odorless, and it occurs in large quantities. Involuntary expulsion of urine is reported in sex literature. We were able to make this happen any time we wanted with g-spot stimulation alone. I orgasm anyway without the squirting. A: Just like when men ejaculate, women can too.
A found that the fluid accumulates in the bladder during arousal and leaves through the urethra during ejaculation. References: Zaviacic, M et al. Scientists do not fully understand female ejaculation, and there is limited research on how it works and its purpose. I am now 57, I have been able to produce this fluid since puberty as far as i can remember, but it wasn't until I started doing regular pelvic floor muscle exercises 27 years ago that I developed the ability to make the fluid squirt out. Other studies find anywhere from 10—69%, depending on the definitions and methods used. Even though the women had urinated just before stimulation began, the second scan — performed just before they climaxed — showed that their bladder had completely refilled. Woman A: I've never actually squirted during penetrative sex, only during masturbation or when I receive oral sex.
Often, female ejaculation is linked to manual stimulation of the g-spot, which can be accessed in the vagina, though it exists outside of it. It concerns my body and I'm very curious so it bugs me. According to the International Society for Sexual Medicine, different estimates suggest that between of women ejaculate during sex. A second pelvic ultrasound was then performed just before the women climaxed. Much of the problem in arriving at a consensus relates to a failure to adopt generally agreed-on definitions or research.
The discussion entered popular culture in 1982 with the publication of the best-selling book , by Ladas, Whipple, and Perry. I also had a radical hysterectomy 8 weeks ago and since then it's insane! Also, the sex responds to how much you are stimulated and also has a factor on how much you climax. While I have never attempted to measure the quantity, I might imagine it takes a quart of liquid or so, to drench a bath towel, to the extent, fluid could be wrung from it? My husband adores it which turns me on even more. So if you're interested but don't like reading, you can find the Oprah show online. Fragments of an Analysis of a Case of Hysteria. You access the Sites and Services at your own risk. Some women experiencing this are dismayed by an excess of fluid leaking from the vagina or they could assume they have lost bladder control and be embarrassed.
Another new study from the Czech Republic also backs up Dr. This is one of the many things we do to give pleasure to each other. For instance, much of the research into the nature of the fluid focuses on determining whether it is or contains urine. It wasn't until I started dating that I was told by men that it was very rare and extremely exciting There have been a few guys who were freaked out by it, but I would just explain it and most were fascinated. Once she understood that it wasn't urine I was able to get her to ejaculate several times in a session and I mean a lot! Streicher doubts that the skill can be developed.
I also recently read, that porn star Marcus London, is producing educational video, to teach men how to reliably elicit this orgasmic response from their lover. Learning to control that muscle group and how to keep urine from entering the urethra without closing it off to the glands that produce the ejaculate is best for those women, rather than playing roulette with with your g-spot or worse yet, not allowing yourself to enjoy g-spot stimulation. Nobody has ever indicated what this gland is known as or where this reservoir of fluid is located inside the female body. That is so unfortunate in so many different ways. Tiefer has expressed concern that overemphasising ejaculation will drive women who might feel inadequate to seek medical attention see Health implications below , as has the. Scientists have found evidence that women who 'squirt' are expelling one of two different types of liquid - one pure urine, and the other a combination of urine and fluid from the female prostate gland. Female ejaculation is a topic of dispute, though there are historical references of it that go back for millennia.
We found a surprisingly high percentage of female orgasms were associated with ejaculation in our research. Research has since disproved this idea and confirmed the existence of female ejaculation. An erotic zone always could be demonstrated on the anterior wall of the vagina along the course of the urethra. A vast amount of material on the internet suggests there is such a phenomenon as a G-spot orgasm, which is likely to be accompanied by a gush of fluid from the urethra. De occultis naturae miraculis 1557, Reprinted as The Secret Miracles of Nature.