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Orgasms.
May 19, 2005
... First off, the spot that you "think" is the g-spot is probably your bladder. Your boyfriend could be pressing against that...BUT, if he IS actually at your g-spot, it is possible to feel the need to pee. Try going to the restroom before engaging in any sexual activity. And if your clitoris is getting sensitive to where it hurts when touched, you are most likely not aroused.... (1 replies)
Gspot?
May 11, 2008
... so could this cause you to actually pee?? (4 replies)
Gspot?
Apr 20, 2008
... If he is going in deep he is most likely hitting your Cervix which can spread the opening to the Uterus putting pressure on your Bladder causing the feeling of needing to urinate. This can happen when a guys penis is larger than average or the female is very petite. ... (4 replies)

Not too sure
Dec 29, 2006
... spot or because having sex when you have a full bladder causes you to lose control and urinate. ... (8 replies)
Sex Question
Dec 8, 2006
... The G-Spot is about 1 1/2 to 2 inches into the vagina, it is close to the bladder (2 replies)
... I'm not so sure about this; what I've heard sex shows talk about is that you should make sure you always have sex on an empty bladder, especially if you are going for the g-spot, because you may just have an accident when you push down. Guys, on the other hand, cannot pee while aroused. (7 replies)
... Hi, I don't have a quick-fix answer for you, but a couple thoughts that pop to my mind are: -Is it possible that she is one of a few (lucky or unlucky depending on who you ask) women who have "female ejec" :eek: essentially a large release of clear fluid that originates from a small organ between the urethra and vagina when she comes? (It exists through her urethral... (3 replies)
Too much sex?
May 16, 2005
... Kegels exercise the PC muscles which is good for bladder control (which is why they have you do them after childbirth) and strengthens all the muscle openings in that area. The muscle has nothing to do with the G-Spot (there are no muscles further up the vagina, and the PC muscles are only at the opening). But this is not to say control of that muscle isn't good for women (and... (9 replies)
Urinate
Nov 10, 2003
... and let you got you will probably ejaculate. If you do it it will not be urine, just another liquid which comes from some sponge like tissue located between your bladder and your vagina. ... (3 replies)
G-Spot
Nov 10, 2003
... and let you got you will probably ejaculate. If you do it it will not be urine, just another liquid which comes from some sponge like tissue located between your bladder and your vagina. ... (16 replies)




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