Facts about the Signs of Female Ejaculation that You Need to Know

Ejaculation in women is less known when compared to ejaculation in men. This is because not all women excrete fluid during orgasm. However, female ejaculation has markings that make it recognizable.

Ejaculation is actually more often discussed when talking about male sexuality. In this case, ejaculation is defined as the discharge of seminal fluid containing sperm from the male reproductive tract. This moment generally marks the achievement of orgasm in men.

Unlike male ejaculation which is clearly visible, the sign of female ejaculation or what is often referred to as ‘gushing’ or ‘squirting’ is still a lot of questions.

Female ejaculation is defined as a condition when the vagina spits out a clear fluid during sexual intercourse. This situation is actually quite rare. This female ejaculation usually occurs when feeling arousal or during orgasm.

Female Ejaculation Signs

The stages before reaching a climax for men and women are generally the same, starting with sexual desire, increasing libido, orgasm, and recovery. At the stage of increasing libido, the vagina, clitoris, inner and outer lips of the vagina begin to swell, and sometimes the breasts will feel swollen and sensitive.

During orgasm, the vaginal walls contract regularly and rhythmically. The uterine muscles also contract. These physical changes are difficult to observe so that the signs leading to climax, especially signs of female ejaculation, are difficult to recognize.

Men can generally ejaculate during penetration, but signs of female ejaculation do not always occur. Stimulating the G-spot (the area that makes women aroused) is believed to make women orgasm.

Pressing on the G-spot area will indeed affect the Skene gland, which is considered the source of female ejaculation. But there has been no research that this definitely makes women ejaculate.

Female Ejaculation Fluid

Based on research, the fluid that comes out during ejaculation is suspected as urine, especially in women who have had children. This makes women who experience it are considered necessary to train the pelvic muscles so that urine no longer leaks.

Actually, many women do pass a little urine during sexual intercourse, but this fluid generally comes out not during orgasm, but during foreplay and during penetration.

Further studies suggest that this fluid arises from the Skene’s glands near the urinary tract. This is confirmed by other studies which state that this fluid does not contain urea or creatinine like urine.

Ejaculation fluid can be recognized by its clear color and does not cause yellowish stains on bed linen or fabrics as the effect of urine. According to research, female ejaculate fluid contains the chemicals fructose and glucose, similar to the fluid produced by the prostate in men.

Compared to the volume of seminal fluid released in male ejaculation, the fluid that comes out in female ejaculation is relatively small. The biological process that causes female ejaculation is also still not clearly proven. Some say that this discharge is just part of the vaginal lubrication process in preparation for penile penetration.

Much more research is needed to confirm the signs of female ejaculation. Most importantly, make sure you practice healthy sex with your partner. Do not hesitate to consult a doctor, especially if there are health problems that you feel during sex.

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