Peeing my self for pleasure

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Peeing during sex is a very common concern. As many as 60 percent of women who have some level of general incontinence experience leakage during sex. Instead they may be experiencing female ejaculation during orgasm. Regarding female ejaculation, what the fluid actually does has been debated. During sexual activity, some women experience an expelling of fluid at orgasm. Some researchers claim only urine is expelled.

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Not long after her first son was born in , Elizabeth began experiencing periodic incontinence, or involuntary urination. I would never be on top because of the risk of urinating on my husband, and I was very reluctant to have sober sex. It was easier to have a few drinks and have sex because I was less inhibited, and if I did leak, I could blame it on being buzzed. Elizabeth says she never had a gushing episode during sex, but the fear of leaking became an insidious worry. The Mayo Clinic estimates nearly 20 million Americans have urinary incontinence, and of them, 85 percent are women.

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Want to discuss? Please read our Commenting Policy first. Unsurprisingly, discussion of this phenomenon began on Reddit before making its way to more mainstream conversations. She said these orgasms sometimes leave her lightheaded and off balance.
Louise Court investigates why talking about sex and bladder weakness is still strictly off-limits for many British women — and why this needs to change. With one in three women battling bladder weakness, many of them choose to say nothing … to anybody — not their friends, doctors or sexual partners. Some prefer to avoid sex altogether. Research of women aged 30 to 70 has shown that women with incontinence issues were not only more likely not to have sex, but they also had less desire and satisfaction than women without the problem. But, according to relationship and sex therapist Rachel Morris, not talking about it is the biggest problem of all.