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By Kay on Apr 25, 2012 at 10:50 AM

Please explain the mechanism that permits vaginal squirting. My orgasms result from penis penetration with clitoral stimulation or by oral stimulation of my clitoris. My husband has used his fingers me and it is pleasurable. Sometimes, but not always, I squirt out a fluid that is not urine or my typical fluid produced when I orgasm which is clear, thicker and slick.

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Q | May 5, 2012 at 12:11 PM | Reply | Report

I am no expert on the matter, but perhaps my understanding can help. There is typically a prostatic-like tissue above the top of the vaginal wall and surrounding the urethra. This prostatic tissue can, from direct stimulation, become engorged with fluid, similar to male prostate tissue, and provide a sensation similar to having to urinate. It is not urine, but will be expelled from the urethra.

You can most often stimulate the area by applying firm, massaging pressure about an inch or two inside the vagina, along the top of the vaginal wall. The area can feel somewhat ridged. As stimulation continues, you can feel this area expand as it becomes engorged with fluid.

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