Squirt­ing dur­ing sex is wor­ry­ing me

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QMy fi­ancé and I have a won­der­ful sex life – he of­ten brings me to the edge sev­eral times be­fore I ac­tu­ally cli­max. But I find that when he does that, I of­ten spurt out lots of liq­uid dur­ing fore­play or or­gasm. It’s not urine, so what is it? Am I weird for do­ing that? I’m start­ing to get wor­ried.

Su­san says

AWhat you’re de­scrib­ing is ‘fe­male ejac­u­la­tion’, the equiv­a­lent of a man’s spurt of liq­uid at cli­max. It’s of­ten caused by long love­mak­ing, es­pe­cially when a man stim­u­lates a woman’s G-spot with his fingers, a sex toy or pe­nile pen­e­tra­tion. The liq­uid isn’t urine – it’s pro­duced by glands in your vagina. And it isn’t weird – most women pro­duce it, though of­ten it goes back into your body in­stead of spilling out. So don’t worry about this, but re­lax and en­joy.

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