Almost everything I read says it comes from the urethra though. In another lawsuit, filed by Tracy Sampson, accused Mr. Like the gentleman said, keep an open mind ladies. Just keep an open mind, have lots of orgasms and it may happen for you. It gushes out of me without even meaning to. In , doula and sex researcher Dr. I also like the sheer quantity that you can get with urine — a physical impossibility with semen, unless you have some as-yet-undiscovered diet that means you can ejaculate with the volume of a post-pub-crawl toilet stop.
For women, it's reassurance that you can ignore that tell-tale "I need to pee! There are various potential causes, like an infection that's made the bladder too sensitive, neurological issues the bladder and urethra have nerves from the spinal cord, which connects to the brain , and kidney stones. It has a tiny bit of momentum, but it doesn't shoot out. When you clean your vagina, use warm water, and do not douche. Douching may also upset your pH balance.
There's natural bacteria in the vagina that, during sex, can get pushed into the urethra toward the bladder and cause infection. This is mostly because once I squirt, he comes and the session often ends there. If you can't pass the stone, it might stop the flow of urine, which can boost your chances of infection. As men get older they naturally make less testosterone, while women's production of estrogen dips. The Kamasutra written in — A.