Once about 6 yrs ago and then last night!!! Last night was the most I mean Wow, I was so turned on, but I got so wet the whole bed was soaked!!!! I thoght the gu would turn talk and run, but he didnt He did not even mind when he rolled over into it and just laid there He was something else!!!
Made me feel like a queen, like I was the sexiest thing on earth and wham!!!! Everything got totally soaked!!! So, Is that just because of being so turned on??
Or am I what some people call a squirter?? If I am, this has only happened twice in my life!!! But this gu from last night had me worked up just from kissing my hands and sucking on my fingers in the car before we ever got home!!! Jose68 I found this forum while looking for an answer to basically the same question.
My wife occasionally "floods" me At first I thought it was an unintentional release of urine, but it didn't have a urine smell or taste, so I wasn't sure what it was. Other than being a bit messy we use a baby's crib pad these days , I find it very enjoyable as I take it to be an indication of her level of arousal. What specifically the fluid consists of, I don't know, but at this point I have to believe that it's a totally healthy and normal physiological response.
I suspect if men are put off it may be due to their lack of understanding as to what it is and what it means. Other than the lack of friction which we've not found to be a problem , I would suggest that a little education would be all that was needed to reassure them. When a woman is really wet, which should be a great turn-on, it may reduce the friction like momto3incali and others suggested. One possible solution would be Kegel excercises where you train your sphincter muscles to "squeeze" him.
Look this up on the internet. It takes some practice, but can enhance your sex life. Yes it is a problem Yes it is too wet. Ny man says he loves it but I can tell its a problem the way he says Blimey your so wet your dripping. Sorry no solution but your not alone. If you fund an answer I'd love to know.
In going to try regular kegals. Mrsmetz I asked my gynaecologist about this. They offered to scrape some cells from my cervix which apparently reduces the amount of fluid produced.
Thankfully I now have a man who takes it as a compliment. RenAsh I would ignore the people who think it's just because he turns you on so much. If it happens consistently all of a sudden but didn't before, I would say that it is a biological factor that is causing your vagina to release so much vaginal discharge, not his penis.
I am experiencing the same thing with my partner, and he is the best lover I've had, yes, but in the past he has given me better orgasms with less wetness as a result.
My excessive wetness, therefore, is not typical nor is it just because he's a superb man. There is something up, and though I haven't looked into it much so far, I suspect it may be a yeast infection, from what I know of them and my experience with one in the past. I would consult a symptom checker online search google. I usually try more than one. They are usually good at giving you possible explanations for your vaginal changes.
Best of luck, and take care of yourself, dear! Our sex life has been like no other. We are very compatible and she is the only woman I've been with that has excessive fluids. It is a real turn on for me! From the first night on, towels were used and they were left soaked with juices. I never questioned a thing. I have had my share of sexual relations through the years, but nothing this exciting.
We soon became fond of giving oral to one another. I became increasingly wanting more of it. Some nights I would drink up to a quart or more, and still continue to do so.
I knew that she was deeply in love with me and I really got into that. I wanted to please her and I guess I get the job done. We have a bonding that I've never felt before. What I wonder is, could drinking this fluid be harmful? I'm a recovering addict and I've already put my body through enough torture. She's healthy, sober, and we make each other happy. So far, there isn't any problem, nor do I foresee any. Then again, that's exactly what I said with drugs and alcohol I was in a relationship for 15 years and I had a prolapse, which caused me to have cystocele repair and my right ovary removed.
After the surgery I was getting so wet it was like water running from the faucet and a vaginal urine odor. During sex I would get so wet he wouldn't get erect It felt like I didn't have any walls or bottom, so he cheated and left me. I heard someone say I was too loose. We had no friction during sex and before my surgery we had sex maybe 2 to 3 times a day it was good and he was pleased. I don't have a relationship now, I tried moving on but the same thing is happening and no doctor is even able to explain.
It is so frustrating that I don't even like myself anymore.