Having to pee during sex.?!
Question: I know that when you are close to an orgasm you have a really intense feeling of wanting to pee, but instead of pee you ejaculate (female). However, whenever my boyfriend and I have sex I feel like I have to pee. I try to keep in mind that I may be on my way to experiencing great pleasure and so I just relax and go with it. Well the feeling doesn't change, nor does it get intense or pleasurable..just annoying because we have to stop, and when I get up to go, I actually do pee. And this usually happens every time, but most of the time I don't get up to pee until after we're done. Is this normal? I might add that I've never had an orgasm, and realize I'm probably missing out...so any tips/positions that might help would be appreciated.
Answers: I know that when you are close to an orgasm you have a really intense feeling of wanting to pee, but instead of pee you ejaculate (female). However, whenever my boyfriend and I have sex I feel like I have to pee. I try to keep in mind that I may be on my way to experiencing great pleasure and so I just relax and go with it. Well the feeling doesn't change, nor does it get intense or pleasurable..just annoying because we have to stop, and when I get up to go, I actually do pee. And this usually happens every time, but most of the time I don't get up to pee until after we're done. Is this normal? I might add that I've never had an orgasm, and realize I'm probably missing out...so any tips/positions that might help would be appreciated.
Try these two things.
First: pee right BEFORE you have sex.
Second: read this article and share with your boyfriend.
Third: try it. Don't be shy and let him do this to you and just let go. Put a towel down, or a couple towels. If you really pee, it will be yellow, if it's ejaculate then your boyfriend is going to love me! Just teasing.
Fourth: Get a vibrator and use it, on yourself, with your boyfriend, on each other. You will figure out what you like and learn how to give yourself an orgasm. Then you will be better able to accomodate your boyfriend in giving you an orgasm because you will know what you like and what feels good, better and best.
Fifth: Make sure you are REALLY warmed up before having sex, I mean lots of foreplay.
Explain this to him and the next time you have that feeling GO FOR IT. Youll never know otherwise. Any you can always do it in the shower.
I've experienced this before, and make a point of going to the bathroom before I begin having sex. I know it's a pain to have to go then, but it will help ease your concern about it, and then you don't have to stop in the middle of sex.
You may have an uti. Some women can't have orgasm from actual intercoarse but only from stimulation on the c--t.
Several sexual positions stir up internal sensations that scare many women into thinking they might spray the sheets. This feeling can be caused by your partner's penis putting pressure on your bladder. But, as you suspect, it could also be a sign that he's stimulating your G-spot. To find out what's causing the need-to-pee feeling, go to the bathroom before you get frisky. If the gotta-go urge creeps up when you're between the sheets, make a beeline for the loo. While this might slow down the momentum of your lovemaking, it's better than letting wet-the-bed worry completely kill the mood.
If you've emptied your bladder and still feel like you have to tinkle when you get back to business, your man has probably hit your G-spot jackpot. You may notice it most when having sex from behind, if you're on top or when you're lying under him with your pelvis slightly lifted. Once the G-spot is stimulated to the point of swelling, the feeling ordinarily subsides and, with further massaging, could lead to a body-quivering, mind-blowing orgasm. For some women, G-spot stimulation causes spontaneous emission of a somewhat clear fluid (that's not urine) from the urethra, before, during or after coming that can range from a few drops to amini-flood. While female ejaculation is a hotly debated issue, many women claim to have experienced it.
The best way to understand how your G-spot works -- and to figure out how to max out your pleasure -- is to do some solo investigating. Lying on your back with a towel underneath you, spread your legs and insert your middle finger into your vagina. About halfway between your vaginal opening and cervix, you'll likely feel a very sensitive dime-sized patch of tissue at the 12-o'clock position on your front vaginal wall. Using a "come here" movement, rub your fingertip against the spot. If the peeing sensation starts after several strokes, you've hit your erotic bull's-eye.
While you may be tempted to stop, the trick to reaching the next level of titillation, and ultimately a colossal climax, is to keep going. For an even more spine-tingling thrill, rub your clitoris at the same time. The more in tune you are with this G-spot-generated sensation, the easier it will be to tell the difference between actually having to pee and being on your way to an awe-inspiring orgasm.
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If you are worrying about needing to peee this will not help to relax and have an orgasm.
Maybe try a different position because he could be leaning on your bladder!
And always pee first then you shouldn't have to go during.
try emptying your bladder before you proceed to intercourse. This may help avoid the sensation
however, try not to hold back your bladder before you orgasm. You may just be known in slang term as a "squirter"
give it a shot, guys usually don't mind and you might just turn him on... just don't have sex in his car or on suade sheets
Go to the bathroom before and dont drink anything.
I your boyfriend is peneatrating you on the wrong side, you cannot hold your pee, its not near orgasm its just you have to urinate. It might be ur boyfriends penis is straight as in horizontally, not standing upward. and he grinds u in a wrong way really.