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Why do I smell urine during female ejaculation?

By Anonymous November 27, 2009 - 12:08pm
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I go for a pee before I wah myself and get in bed with my partner. He stimulates me and I have, I believe, a clitoral orgasm and then ejaculate. However sometimes the ejaculation smells of pee. How can I stop this or know that it will happen that way?

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It's scarey how much women don't know about there bodies - reflected in some of the comments - I'd like to clear some grey areas. Women urinate from their urethra and ejaculate via the skien glands - located around the vulva . As a female who ejaculates in every sexual encounter (everday with my bf) I can tell you there CAN be trace amounts of urine like stated above when you "come" If you do not empty your bladder. ALTHOUGH, female ejaculate DOES have an odor- I believe this odor may be stronger if you are dehydrated/ aren't drinking enough water.

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July 13, 2015 - 6:17am
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Very helpful!!!

January 9, 2015 - 5:09pm

Recently I did read that urine is very common when a female ejaculates mainly because the gland that is stimulated to trigger the ejaculation is very near the urethra. If you think about it men have urine in their ejaculate so why not us?! Also, do not let any body tell you that smell or color of any kind is not normal. Every woman has a distinct smell unique to her and if you do have a color and you have asked your doctor and been cleared of any issues then it is something else that is unique to you. CUCU POWER!

April 28, 2011 - 5:46pm
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Research shows that urination during intercourse is pretty uncommon. Female ejaculation should be odorless. If you are experiencing any odor of the ejaculation fluid, you should consult your physician.

There are women that experience incontinence while having sex and this may also be something you should consult your physician about. I hope this helps.

November 28, 2009 - 10:35am
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