• Dearnobody Dearnobody
    January 27, 2010
    I'm not sure if I'm squirting or urinating.
    Dearnobody Dearnobody
    January 27, 2010

    My squirt (or ejaculation) smells very strong, basically like urine. I'm not sure if I'm actually cumming or urinating during sexual intercourse. it's scary! and actually kind of embarrassing. This one time my boyfriend and i were much in the moment and i came about 10 times. It still smelled like urine though. Ever since I started, I cant stop every single time I'm having sexual intercourse. Can someone please give me the facts?

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  • Merely Me
    Health Guide
    January 27, 2010
    Merely Me
    Health Guide
    January 27, 2010

    Hello there

     

    Yes this is a topic of much debate among the general public.

     

    There is a female version of the prostate called the Skene's gland...and it seems to have a bunch of other names too.  Here is a close up image of the Skene's gland.  Some people hypothesize that "female ejaculate" can come from there.

     

    And others say it is just a leakage of urine.

     

    Here is a men's site and how they address the issue.

     

    I honestly could not tell you what is happening with you.  It may be a good question to ask of your gynecologist.

     

     

    • Dearnobody
      January 27, 2010
      Dearnobody
      January 27, 2010

      Thank you, that was helpful. I wish I had a gynecologist to ask these questions to, but it's embarrassing! I'm also a minor and I don't have one. Lol. That's why I was hoping to get some help about this issue online Embarassed.

      Can I go back to not squirting during sex except sometimes when it's really intimate?

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