I am a female, 55. Lately when I climax, I feel warmth like pee. Is this indeed pee or ejactualation because my orgasm is so intense?

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  • Michael Castleman says:

    Sounds like you’re one of the many women who ejaculate fluid on orgasm. How many women? That’s not clear, but depending on the study, somewhere between 10 percent and 50 percent. It’s a minority experience, but totally normal. What’s in the fluid? That’s controversial and not very well researched. Much of it is produced by the glands that surround the female urethra, known as Skene’s or the para-urethral glands, the rough equivalent of the male prostate. The fluid they release—from a few drops to several tablespoons—resembles prostate fluid. But some women’s also contains dilute urine. It seems that some women release glandular fluid mixed with a bit of urine. I suggest you give yours the sniff test. If there’s urine, you’ll probably notice. If yours contains urine and you don’t like that, then Kegel exercises can probably tighten things up so you won’t release urine. For more, I suggest you read these low-cost articles. Female Ejaculation: The Latest Findings, The G-Spot: Everything You Need to Know, and Kegel Exercises: Improved Continence and Orgasms. All articles carry a money-back guarantee so no risk to you.

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