Retrograde Ejaculation by Women




The issue of retrograde ejaculation is almost exclusively described with regard to men. Guess what? This is also female issue and may serve as a key to unlock the door to incredible new sensations. This article will teach you how to do that. Read on.

Many women describe “peeing” sensation during sexual intercourse. In some cases, their bladder is indeed so full that they should better go and empty it.

Second half of all cases describes “peeing” sensation while the bladder is empty.

What does she normally do in such case?

Women contract their PC muscles trying to stop that non-existent urge to urinate. Interesting fact.

What is really going on here?

During sexual intercourse, her G spot area receives either accidental or purposeful stimulation. The tissue surrounding urethra becomes engorged with blood and the Paraurethral/Skene's glands situated there produce and fill with fluid. This fluid is NOT urine. It is equivalent of male prostatic fluid.

The whole process is a beautiful prelude to an amazing thing called squirting orgasm. This is the REAL reason of her “peeing” sensation in most cases.

When woman refuses to give into that urge and chooses to contract her PC muscles – retrograde ejaculation takes place.

During squirting orgasm female body uses urethra to ejaculate the fluid produced in the Paraurethral/Skene’s glands.

When women contracts her muscles she pushes fluid into the bladder and – without knowing it – keeps herself from achieving a wonderful orgasm incomparable with any other.

Pushing ejaculation fliud back can cause bladder infections and is best to avoid.

Once both partners know what she might be missing – they can experiment and find out ways to bring her to new pleasure heights.

Read this article on clearing misconceptions and this one on preparing to see her squirt. This information is going to be very helpful once you decide to discover wonderful realm of squirting orgasms.



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