Girls CAN "squirt"...but WHAT is it, really?

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Girls CAN "squirt"...but WHAT is it, really?

Bignuf Bignuf
Okay, here is the question. Since college, if I have a REALLY powerful orgasm...no more then a couple time a year "Rock My World" kind....I do squirt. Watching adult videos we see some ladies do it on camera too, and I have read a bit about it on blogs. It is easy to say, and I believed for a while, that it was just those powerful internal contractions leaking a little urine. However, even in college, I knew it did not smell, look or feel like urine. However, it HAD to be...right? Well, NO...sorry. Now I KNOW it is NOT urine. My scientifically minded hubby caught a bit in a tiny dish he has kept at the ready for this. The pH was more alkaline then urine, their was NO urine color, NO urine components, NO smell, and density was NOT like urine. It was a clear, very slightly viscous, colorless fluid. We are thinking that the glands that produce female natural vaginal lubrication must have some "volume store" (how could you get REALLY wet so fast sometimes", and this, under pressure, just "squirts"? Do you or your lover squirt? What do YOU think? Any opinions? Anyone else actually tried to figure this out?
06/09/2011
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Bignuf Bignuf
WOW....two days and not a single reply to this one, which we both thought would elicit all kinds of comments. AMAZING, and curious.
06/11/2011
That Man from Mars That Man from Mars
So there's basically two sides to this hot little debate. One side is that females are 'ejaculating' as men do, and that it's the same sort of fluid that the prostate creates. This is partially true. The paraurethral gland creates an alkaline based fluid, but on average less than a teaspoon worth.

The other side (the medical side) states it is part urine, part alkaline fluid, and partly the natural lubricant made by the vagina (added during expulsion). During arousal the paraurethral gland swells and in turn closes off the urethra, which is natural and helps keep other fluids from going in it during intercourse. A strong orgasm, however, can cause the surrounding tissue to throb, tightening and loosening in pulses. It is possible that when this happens the gland tissue is squeezed and then pulled open very suddenly, forcing fluid from both the urethra as well as the paraurethral gland.

Theoretically the urethra might not release urine, but if this is the case there is only going to be a tiny amount of alkaline fluid given that the paraurethral gland can only hold a small amount. It's more common for urine to be involved, but overall female ejaculation in itself isn't really that common.

Studies suggest that PFD (pelvic floor disorder) can play a part. This problem can be caused by doing kegels or having other associated issues.
06/11/2011
ac0313 ac0313
My GF and I do not know where the fluid comes from, but she is able to squirt multiple times with a total volume of 1/2 cup or more (based on my unscientific estimates) - she can soak a comforter, the sheet underneath, and the mattress pad with a wet spot circumfrence of about 3-4 feet.

We do know it is NOT urine, but it does come out of the urethra. The color is clear and there is a slightly different scent than her vaginal fluids when she gushes.
06/12/2011
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by That Man from Mars
So there's basically two sides to this hot little debate. One side is that females are 'ejaculating' as men do, and that it's the same sort of fluid that the prostate creates. This is partially true. The paraurethral gland creates an ...
Having actually measured the fluid, I can say it is sure NOT urine. Also, I cannot see where it is a "disorder"...as it only happens a couple times a year and, I was high school kid..years ago. Oh..and the volume? It is NOT a few drops. My guess? About 10cc or more. A fair amount. Only happens when the "earth moves" if you catch my drift. The idea it is urethral leakage is bunk...at least for me.
06/12/2011
Wondermom Wondermom
According to Dr.Laura Berman on her show the other night, it has been studied and has chemical properties like semen. It is not urine at all.
06/12/2011
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by ac0313
My GF and I do not know where the fluid comes from, but she is able to squirt multiple times with a total volume of 1/2 cup or more (based on my unscientific estimates) - she can soak a comforter, the sheet underneath, and the mattress pad with a wet ...
Did you observe it coming from the urethra???? That IS very interesting. In MEN you can have all kinds of fluids come out of the urethra, since it passes through glands and the lubricant fluids, seminal fluids...everything comes from there including urine. Woman are not "built" that way, and have SHORT urethra's dropping right from the bladder. Nothing BUT urine should be emanating from there...but I TOTALLY believe what you are saying if you have seen it come from that area. Then the question becomes...what is it and WHERE is it coming from??? Fascinating!!!
06/12/2011
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by Wondermom
According to Dr.Laura Berman on her show the other night, it has been studied and has chemical properties like semen. It is not urine at all.
Wish I had heard that. Would love to SEE that scientific study. Thanks..I am going to look for it. However, WHERE does this "study" say it comes from?
06/12/2011
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by Bignuf
Okay, here is the question. Since college, if I have a REALLY powerful orgasm...no more then a couple time a year "Rock My World" kind....I do squirt. Watching adult videos we see some ladies do it on camera too, and I have read a bit about ...
Amazing that after hundreds of years of supposed real science in GYN, we still don't have a clue as to some basic female physiology and anatomy???
06/12/2011
Wondermom Wondermom
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Originally posted by Bignuf
Wish I had heard that. Would love to SEE that scientific study. Thanks..I am going to look for it. However, WHERE does this "study" say it comes from?
I didn't catch it, it was on OWN the other night, she was talking about self stimulation and someone asked about squirting.
06/12/2011
That Man from Mars That Man from Mars
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Originally posted by Bignuf
Having actually measured the fluid, I can say it is sure NOT urine. Also, I cannot see where it is a "disorder"...as it only happens a couple times a year and, I was high school kid..years ago. Oh..and the volume? It is NOT a few drops. My ...
Most of the time it does contain urine. If you read any non-bias, medical documentation on the subject you'll see that. There is rare occasion that it doesn't contain urine (as I said) but that is very uncommon and usually in such small amounts that it isn't noticeable.

PFD is a disorder. Squirting isn't.

Like I said, it's a pretty debated topic (and a hot one at that), but science has a hefty backup for the urine analogy.
06/12/2011
That Man from Mars That Man from Mars
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Originally posted by Bignuf
Wish I had heard that. Would love to SEE that scientific study. Thanks..I am going to look for it. However, WHERE does this "study" say it comes from?
It's not a study. Dr.Laura Berman is a therapist. Not a medical practitioner, nor is she qualified for such a study. I'd like to see where she got the info from, though. It's an interesting subject. I've always been very involved in learning about human biology.
06/12/2011
ss143 ss143
I can soak a bed and I know i am not pissing myself as it has no odor or color and comes from my vagina bf can feel is location. I remember a very long time ago watching a medical show about this very topic.So don't quote me it was a while ago- A woman wanted to find out if her squirting was actually her ejaculating in a similar context as men. She and hubby went to the doctor hubby made her orgasm while catching a specimen and the doctors tested it. If I remember correctly the test concluded that it was a combination of vaginal secretions a traceable amount of urine as well as a compound similarly found in semen. It's an interesting topic.
06/12/2011
That Man from Mars That Man from Mars
I certainly wouldn't say it is always urine, but if there is a noticeable amount it is primarily urine. It's really very normal/natural to happen, of course.

Here are some links if anyone is interested. one, two, three. Hope it helps.
06/12/2011
ac0313 ac0313
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Originally posted by Bignuf
Did you observe it coming from the urethra???? That IS very interesting. In MEN you can have all kinds of fluids come out of the urethra, since it passes through glands and the lubricant fluids, seminal fluids...everything comes from there including ...
Yes, I observed it actually squirting out of her urethra (and hitting me in the face!). I believe there is a trace of urine...possibly what is left behind after urinating...since the scent contains a faint urine smell, but it is not mostly urine. In fact, after she has squirted so much, she feels dehydrated, but still needs to and often pees immediately after.
06/13/2011
pixieluv pixieluv
Try reading this on the subject:

link
06/13/2011
That Man from Mars That Man from Mars
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Originally posted by pixieluv
Try reading this on the subject:

link
I'm wary to trust a website that isn't at all scientific and is really very biased, to be honest.

It's just a matter of biology. There is no part of the body physically capable of holding or maintaining that amount of liquid aside from the bladder/uterus. It's already been proven the projection of liquid comes from the urethra.

What people don't seem to consider is that the skenes glands (what sites like that claim to be the source) is roughly about the size of your pinky fingernail when swelled up. It is physically impossible for it to store or create that amount of fluid.

Essentially, we have something that is less than a tenth the size of a testicle that people are claiming is making more fluid that both testicles can combined and a rate of about 55cc per .25 seconds. It's just not physically possible.
06/13/2011
CSEA CSEA
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Originally posted by ac0313
Yes, I observed it actually squirting out of her urethra (and hitting me in the face!). I believe there is a trace of urine...possibly what is left behind after urinating...since the scent contains a faint urine smell, but it is not mostly urine. In ...
This happens to me too! And sometimes there is a faint smell and he will ask me but it did not feel as if I peed and will need to pee after
06/16/2011
CSEA CSEA
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Originally posted by Bignuf
Okay, here is the question. Since college, if I have a REALLY powerful orgasm...no more then a couple time a year "Rock My World" kind....I do squirt. Watching adult videos we see some ladies do it on camera too, and I have read a bit about ...
This is very interesting!
06/16/2011
stlouisxxx stlouisxxx
I honestly don't have a clue if it is urine or not. My girlfriend hasn't squirted, but it is extremely hot to see & I kind of wished she could.
06/18/2011
[Red] [Red]
I don't understand what the big issue is regarding the nature of the fluid when a chick 'squirts'. If you're cool with it, why should it matter what the biological composition of the fluid actually is? Clearly, it doesn't matter whether it's mostly urine or not; if you're cool with the squirting, you think it's hot, you enjoy it, whatever, why is it suddenly 'EW GROSS OH GOD NO IT CAN'T BE URINE' when someone mentions the biological logic supporting the idea?

I'm not saying that's what's happening here, but it's happened before and I'm just curious as to what the big deal is. So what if it's mostly urine? So what if there's urine involved at all? How does that detract from your experience? How does that change anything at all? I'd prefer to know the composition of what mystery fluids I squirt, not sure about the rest of you, and so far logic points us in the direction that it is, in fact, primarily composed of urine. There just isn't any other logical explanation thus far.

Okay. I'm cool with this. I don't need to pretend that I can ejaculate like a male in order to feel equal to one, though strangely, I get the feeling that some of these websites 'geared to women' are trying to get me to feel that way-- and that isn't something I'm cool with.
06/18/2011
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