... When you curved your finger and felt something, if it's against the FRONT of the wall, like towards her stomach and not back, that would probably be the G spot. It's often described as walnut sized or so and feels kind of spongy. ... (5 replies)
... Okay, so eariler this week I ended up fingering my girlfriend, when my index finger was as far as it could go in, I moved it around and felt a round ball of something (almost as if it was a gland), that did not feel like anything like the vaginal wall. I did not do the "come here motion" to hit this ball of whatever, but if I straightened my finger out and moved my finger in a... (5 replies)
... I am the one who has "endless" supply of the fluids as you describe. I was so desperate to find where the heck it comes from and why it may has a slight urine smell to it. What i found on the net is that the fluid actually may come from 2 sources, Skene's glands and the bladder. The huge gashes come from the bladder, it's not urine but sort of modifies form of urine and... (6 replies)
... If the fluid is white (not clear) is is probably coming from the Skene's (periurethral) glands. Controversial and argumentative research says they are homologous or similar to, the male prostate gland and the fluid from each contains similar ingredients. Problem is that apparently, not all women posess these glands that would seem to contradict the "female prostate" theory.
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... ght be it then. But, even if I were to hit that same small round object again that feels like a bean sort of, and she feels like she is going to urinate, but her bladder is empty, is anything going to happen, like she will ejeculate or no? ... (5 replies)
... That is interesting PNBP as most women say they have to bear down and even push during orgasm to experience this.
Whereas with men, it is a reflex action. Orgasmic seminal vessicles and vas deferens contractions begin, the internal and external urethral sphincters close. Ampula and Prostate contractions begin, all the contractions get stronger, the liquid builds up and... (6 replies)
Interesting. I would think that would certainly add to the feeling of needing to urinate that many women feel. (6 replies)
... the bladder is the only thing that is connected to the urethra right? ... (6 replies)
... Sounds like a cervix to me. It's the most logical conclusion, anyway. (You know, if it walks like a duck...) (5 replies)
... Mmkay thank you =]. And yeah it did feel round, the texture of it did feel like skin of a (liked those cooked brown beans) bean actually. My finger was all the way in and facing a bit to the left-ish I think, but I know it was in the back, like in the middle, but not all the way, my was straight though and not curled in the come here motion. So when I stuck my finger in and... (5 replies)
... A hard round oject might have been her cervix. Might that be it? (5 replies)
the pee sensation (which comes from the penis hitting the cervix wal, which contracts the uterus, that is laying under the bladder...making us have to go pee)
Also, read up on the BARTHOLIN'S GLAND( the gland the allows a woman to "cum""rain" whatever you may call it)
Hope that I could service you Terri and others (6 replies)
... Hi! I'm a young adult, virgin, and don't have any history of continence problems.
I only recently started masturbation via direct clitoral stimulus, and had first time using a vibrator the other day.
It was uh..really strong, and at climax, I urinated. I had went to the washroom before, and it didn't empty my whole bladder, but there was quite a lot of it. (and yes, I'm... (2 replies)
... Look them up- medical sites can probably explain better than I can.
Basically, they're glands which are located in the "g-spot" area- in the front wall of your vagina (the one next to your bladder).
These glands empty into the urethra, so that when some women have orgasms, some sort of fluid is discharged from these glands and comes out of the urethra.
That's what... (8 replies)
... The urine thing may be related to your bladder and the pressure being applied to it via sexual stimulation....All the contracting and pushing of your muscles, pelvis, and etc. ... (1 replies)
... I was watching Oprah (ha ha..) and I heard the sensation to pee is the G-spot being stimulated. It's pushing on your bladder, even if you don't have to pee you get the feeling. As for peeing being weird after.. it's probably the muscles are still contracted. (5 replies)
... Try emptying your bladder right before sex if you can. Even if you don't feel that you have to go, try....Any urine in your bladder will cause you to have to pee due all the stimulation and pressure created during sex. ... (3 replies)
... u. Well there is no way that i can pee that much, I use bathroom before sex and never had problem with urinating during sex and in general i have an excellent bladder control but our lovemaking sessions are long. I am so scared to turn my bf off if he notice it too. ... (5 replies)
... Also, isn't the bladder like directly above your G spot? ... (10 replies)
... Really? Only problem is that women don't have a prostate. The prostate is strictly a male organ, LOL.
But I forget the name of the gland it is supposed to come from though, so I'm not much help either.
Anyway, female ejaculation is supposed to come from the urethra but isn't urine. If the fluid you're talking about really does come from your vagina and not your urethra,... (13 replies)