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Older and…Wetter?

Woman has been ejaculating regularly during sex, regardless of fluid intake. The issue has only begun lately, and there is so much fluid that a pad must be used during sex. Where is the liquid coming from, and of what is it made?
Case #: 950
Concern:

What is the juice that comes out of me during sex? Sometimes I feel like I squirt a pint. I used to not have that and now it’s every time. My partner has no problem with it, but it’s so much we have to use a pad. I have tried not drinking anything before sex, but it doesn’t matter, I still do the same. So where does it come from and what is it made of?
Discussion:

Many women report that they became able to “squirt” later in their lives rather than earlier. It’s thought that this is possibly due to the thinning of the vaginal walls during perimenopause, allowing greater access to the g-spot, the stimulation of which is what prompts female ejaculation, or because as women mature they become less concerned with whether they’re “doing things right” and begin to be able to enjoy the moment for what it is, and focus on their own bodily sensations, allowing a deeper understanding of orgasm and pleasure. I’m sure your partner loves it; most men are extremely turned on by the thought of a woman visually displaying orgasm, and find pleasure in the idea that they brought a woman to that point, so I wouldn’t worry too much about it. In the meantime, I will explain the basics of the female ejaculation process.
The Mechanics

Female ejaculation is still considered a very foggy area of female physiology. Researchers aren’t sure where it comes from, exactly; most believe it emanates from the Skene’s gland. Skene’s gland ducts are located quite near to the urethra, which is why many women believe themselves to be urinating when they ejaculate. However, not all women report that their ejaculate derives from their urethral area. Some women ejaculate from the vagina, which confuses physicians on what female ejaculation truly is. Even the nature of the ejaculate matter is different—Skene’s gland-type liquid is usually thin and colorless, while vaginal ejaculate is thicker and white.
What is known about female ejaculation is that it appears to be somehow linked to the g-spot, a position on the front, inside wall of the vagina. It’s commonly assumed that the g-spot has a different texture from the rest of the vagina—typically rougher or coarser—and that it’s between the size of a pea and a walnut when fully engorged with blood. It seems that intense g-spot stimulation can result in female ejaculation for some women. Why, however, is not known.
The g-spot does sit quite proximally to the Skene’s gland, which could conceivably produce the liquid upon stimulation. The problem with this is that there is no trace of a direct link between the g-spot and the Skene’s gland. It’s generally assumed that the liquid is expelled by the compression of the urethral sponge—where the Skene’s gland liquid would be stored—during orgasm, but everyone still remains quite in-the-dark about the entire process.
The Juice

When the liquid that emerges from the Skene’s gland during orgasm has been chemically investigated, it has shown a chemical make-up similar to that of male prostatic fluid. In fact, a common name for the Skene’s gland is the female prostate. Perhaps the best way to think of the fluid is to regard it to as semen without sperm in it, as they are very similar chemically. It has definitely been proven to not be urine, so put your mind to rest about that.
Less Liquid

If your ejaculation is bothering you, an option that you have is a normalizing herbal treatment. (TRY: Hormonal Realignment for Excessive Discharge) The one I’m recommending contains both cleansing herbs, and restorative, rejuvenating herbs. It is important to first flush the body of the excess hormones responsible for such an outpouring, then to rebalance the body’s levels of female reproductive healthy hormones. The herbs in this compound have been used to treat excessive discharge in females for ages, especially Dong Quai, which is the go-to herb for female reproductive issues. By leveling out your body, you will begin to produce less ejaculate fluid upon orgasm. I hope you find this information useful, and that it provides a solution to your problem!

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