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Question: Re: liquidation after sex


 maneesha12 - Thu Feb 14, 2008 11:31 am

Hello,

I have a query. I am 30 year old woman. When I have make sex with my partner. I go to very extream n release some watry things when its done. I don't know what is this? It is happened 3-4 times, but never happend before my 3 yrs sex life. I wanted to know that what is it? Its pee? or something else. Please reply me. I m very keen to know this.I am very confused. I feel embaressed when my bed got wet. If its pee what should I do?
 Debbie Miller, RN - Sun Feb 17, 2008 1:23 am

User avatar This is likely not urine so don't worry about that. Sometimes the fluids involved in sexual intercourse (both from your own lubricating bartholin glands and the semen) are eliminated a little later so even though you have urinated after you find a "wet spot." This is quite normal and you may wish to use a minipad after having sex.

Best wishes.

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