During orgasm, women experience a massive increase in vaginal discharge, some of which can feel a gushing out of the vagina, which is called female squirting. According to research, women have a 25% to 30% chance of squirting. Female squirting is a normal physiological phenomenon, which is not only a manifestation of a good sexual life, but also a reaction of women’s self-protection. This is because women continue to be sexually stimulated, and then cause extreme physical and mental pleasure. With the rhythmic contraction of the vagina and anal sphincter, the cervix will discharge orgasmic fluid. The orgasmic fluid can play a role in vaginal lubrication. Convulsions, moaning, sweating and brief confusion, heart rate, breathing and blood pressure will increase. Generally speaking, the duration is relatively short, which can last for a few seconds or tens of seconds.
There is a highly sensitive area two to three centimeters from the vaginal opening on the front wall of the vagina, which is prone to orgasm under pressure. “Pandora’s Box” – G-spot, this area is made up of complex blood vessels, nerves, surrounding ducts of paraurethral glands, bladder neck tissue. The G-spot forms its own area around the urethra, and there is a small hole leading to the urethra. If the G-spot is stimulated to a certain extent, it will bulge in a folded shape and bend. The urethra enters the urethra through the small hole, resulting in the urge to urinate.
During sexual intercourse, some women will squirt some colorless and odorless liquid of a certain consistency from their vaginas when they reach orgasm. This liquid is called “Yin Jing” in daily life, and this phenomenon is also called “squirting”. Female squirting is the same as male ejaculation, and it is also a normal physiological phenomenon during sexual intercourse. So-called “semen” is the mucus that comes out of the vagina or urethra, and is of course different from male semen. As for the desire to urinate, the bladder may be accompanied by strong contractions during the sexual response, and the secretions of the urethral glands are concentrated in the middle and posterior urethra; squirting refers to the contraction of the perineal muscles and urethral smooth muscles during orgasm, and the contraction of the external urethral sphincter. Diastole, to promote the secretion of the inner wall of your yd, women with less secretions just flow out of the urethra, while women with a lot of secretions will spray out.
Although female squirting is called “paraurethral glands”, it is not used to urinate. Also like ejaculation, these fluids do not contain urine, because when excited, the sphincter that connects the bladder and the urethra will not consciously tighten and will not be able to urinate at all. Even though the fluid that comes out can be understood to provide lubrication to the vagina, most secretions come from vaginal and uterine fluids, not the urethra. Its main components are water, a small amount of protein, trace sex hormones and vaginal bacteria.
Research has found that a component in vaginal secretions is the same as squalene, a component of shark liver. Squalene is extremely lubricating and non-greasy, so vaginal secretions are the best lubricant.
Some women squirt habitually, some do it occasionally, but most women don’t because they control themselves not to “pee” during orgasm. Therefore, if a woman really wants to squirt, in addition to getting rid of the habit of not wetting the bed since she was a child, she must also understand that this is actually very natural and there is nothing to be embarrassed about. If there is no female squirting, there is no need to try it. If you are interested, you can learn about Kegel exercises.