She Can’t Tell If She’s Coming or Going during Sex – Her Ejaculation Smells Like Urine

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By Jean Dohm Conditions: Women's Vaginal Discharge Symptoms: female ejaculation Age: 18 - 35

She ejaculates during sex with her boyfriend and has started to notice a strong smell attached to the fluid. It reminds her of urine and tends to linger for a day or two. She’s embarrassed and wants to learn to ejaculate only on command.

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Concern:

Most of the time when I am having sex with my boyfriend or when he stimulates me with his fingers, he is able to bring me to a point where I ejaculate. I have started to notice that when this happens, the ejaculation sort of smells like urine. I can also sometimes smell the odor for an entire day or two. Am I wrong about the ejaculation smelling like pee? Could it be urine? Please help me, because I want to be able to have control of this so it won’t happen I am having sex. I want it to happen on command only.

Discussion:

For many of us, sex is not as clean as we would like. The mussed hair, strong odors and lubrication are downright messy. Throw ejaculation into the mix, and you have a situation that requires deft cleaning.
 
Ejaculation is the term given to those fluids your body emits with orgasm. Many people have historically mistaken feminine wetness for urine, and they continue today to question its mysterious nature. After all, men are supposed to ejaculate – not women. The only fluid that should come from the female body during sex is lubrication.
 
Or is it?

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The Differences between Urine and Female Ejaculate
When it comes to orgasm, men are at a distinct advantage because they cannot ejaculate and urinate at the same time. The male bladder closes at the point of climax so urine and semen don’t mix. Women, on the other hand, can emit both fluids at once. An especially potent orgasm or simply “letting go” while caught in the moment can cause the bladder to release some urine.
 
But female ejaculation and urine are not the same. We already know the latter is controlled by the bladder, and although the urge to pee can hit at the moment of orgasm, urine is not an effect of sexual pleasure. Conversely, ejaculate is a direct result of orgasm. It is produced by the Skene’s glands, located on the front wall of the vagina. The exact position is difficult to pinpoint because these glands differ for each individual. Their anatomical differences account for the various ways in which women ejaculate.
 
That’s right – it’s been posed that all women ejaculate. Some simply aren’t aware because the liquid is in minute amounts. Other women – like yourself – ejaculate with force and quantity. They and their partners are aware of this fluid and couldn’t deny it if they wanted to.
 
Back to the ways in which this fluid differs from urine. The smell is the most notable: ejaculation is distinctly musky, while urine is more like ammonia. The appearance is another clue: ejaculation is slightly thicker than urine and white or milky in color. If it touches your fingers, you’ll also notice it’s a little sticky.
 
The Basic Nature of Female Ejaculate
Defining female ejaculate is difficult because studies of the fluid are limited. We do know it’s similar to male ejaculate in composition: both contain glucose and prostate-specific-antigen (PSA). Traces of urine can also be found in some female ejaculate, and it is this characteristic that likely causes the smell you notice.
 
Some people argue G-spot stimulation is the best way to promote female ejaculation because both spots are located near each other. But this argument is hypothetical at best. Many women go their entire lives without experiencing a G-spot orgasm, and yet they ejaculate with clitoral stimulation. Such conjecture simply means the G-spot, Skene’s glands and female ejaculation are not entirely understood.
 
Learning to Ejaculate on Command
The ability to ejaculate only when you want depends on you and the control you can learn to render over your body. Some women reduce their ejaculation by minimizing the intensity of their orgasms. That is, they don’t “let go” as much as another woman might. Others urinate immediately before making love so they don’t have bladder accidents.
 
A more scientific method is the practice of Advanced Aswini Mudra Yoga. Yoga teaches you to exert control over your body by promoting the mind-body-spirit connection. (TRY: Advanced Aswini Mudra Yoga Pose)It takes you out of the moment so you can delve deeper into who you are. Yoga also promotes the flow of positive energy through organs to improve their health.

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