Woman Health - Female Ejaculation
The female ejaculation is when fluid flows from the vagina during orgasm. It is sometimes called "female ejaculation" or you may have heard "gushing" or the words "Enjoy."
This is controversial, especially pornography writers (mostly men) have suggested repeatedly that all women ejaculate during orgasm.
Even today, erotic novels tend to give the impression that all women produce a jet of liquid, as it shows - as a man. As a result, some young men surprised if their partner is not.
How common is female ejaculation?
The reality is female ejaculation is not as common. Some women do it once in a lifetime, but never more.
The actual percentage of women who ejaculate is uncertain. However, control experiments and laboratory Johnson celebrated with over 400 women who reported not ejaculate in height.
But the experience of gynecologists and family planning doctors to show there is a significant minority of women ejaculate on a regular basis.
Agony aunts, also have many e-mails from anxious women who are deeply concerned by the fact that wet the bed when they come.
How liquid is made?
I heard that women can produce very sexual liters of fluid in a single orgasm. It seems very unlikely - how could such a sum to be stored in the female body?
More realistic is the estimate of Beverley Whipple, American sex guru and co-author of the book original G-spot. At a recent conference, I said that in most cases, the amount of fluid secreted is "half a cup of coffee."
What is the effect it has on women?
When a woman realizes that she soaks the sheets when suddenly culminates, it is natural for her to feel anxious and confused.
And because most women think first produced in the fluid is urine, they take what they are doing is dirty or bad.
Your feelings are - understandably - the prohibitions related to the child not to wet the bed.
Not surprisingly, many of these women tend to go through life avoiding sex with other people.
Some have the unfortunate experience of going to bed with men who react negatively when they climax - but it's not the reaction most men.
Is female ejaculation is caused by leakage of urine?
Until the 1980s, most physicians were aware of the phenomenon of female ejaculation fluid used to carry the urine. As a treatment, they tend to recommend exercises to strengthen pelvic muscles.
And many women do leak a little urine during sex and other activities. This is called "stress incontinence", and it comes with a large number of women when they sneeze, cough or laugh. It is especially common among those who have had children.
However, when urine leakage during intercourse, it is often during foreplay or the relationship more intense than an orgasm.
In 1982, the publication of an influential book by sex experts Whipple, Ladas and Perry to change these views. They suggested that the liquid is not urine, but it was a "juice" secreted by the glands was said to be the equivalent of the prostate in men.
What research has been made of liquid?
It has not been enough research on the fluid (ejaculate) - partly because it is difficult to obtain adequate supply of it for their research. Moreover, scientists tend to be the funds available for deadly diseases, and not for sexual problems.
But recent research suggests that ejaculation is an alkaline liquid that does not look like urine because it contains urea and creatinine, which are normal constituents of urine.
The liquid tends to be light in color and will not stain linens - again, unlike urine.
The researchers said it contains some ingredients like chemicals produced by the prostate gland in men - including the PSA (prostate specific antigen). It is also said to contain two sugars: glucose and fructose.
Since 2000, the growing number of researchers have suggested that the liquid can become Skene's glands. These small secretory structures, which are located around the urethra female (urine tube).
Is female ejaculation associated with the G-spot?
A huge amount of material on the Internet suggests that there is a phenomenon like the G-spot orgasm, which is likely to be accompanied by a gush of fluid from the urethra.
G-spot is said to be an erotic zone in front of the vagina, and this area is closely associated with the urethra. In fact, the pressure on the area of the point G always produce an urge to urinate.
There is no doubt that pressing the G spot area affecting the Skene's glands above, what is said by some to be the source of female ejaculation.
However, much of what has been written in the last 25 years about the supposed relationship between the G-spot and female ejaculation is not scientific and has not proven to be.
For example, there is no clear evidence that the pressure on the G-spot female ejaculation will make you produce fluid.
What does this mean for women?
And 'now clear that a significant minority of women ejaculate when they climax. This could be in the urine, in some cases, but in other cases, it seems that it is not.
Clearly, much more research needs to be done on the controversial topic of female ejaculation, and the nature of the fluid.
Finally, women who experience ejaculation need to realize that many men have a positive attitude towards it. After all, if the man ejaculates a woman can be seen as a tribute to his virility and capacity to bed!
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