• A recent study indicates that, apart from ‘squirting’, women can expel up to four different types of fluids during sex.
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Four fluids of female orgasm you should know

Female sexuality is, since the world is world, a much more complex universe than the male one. For this reason, researchers have worked (for some time now especially) to unravel the mysteries that hang over female pleasure. Thus, they have found out that women can experience up to seven different types of orgasms, that ecstasy is more prolonged in them than in men, that the G-spot does not exist, or that during the squirting fluid amounts range from 1 to 900 milliliters.

Actually the squirting (The fountain woman, as the French call it) is still a fascinating mystery to science. Despite all the research that has been done in this regard, we do not know exactly why some women are able to release such a stream during orgasm and others do not. Nor do we know if it is a hereditary phenomenon or, on the contrary, it responds to another series of factors, as we have already explained here.

What we have been able to know recently is that women are capable of expelling up to four different types of fluids during orgasm and that the volume of these varies from 0.3 to 900 milliliters. This is pointed out by a recent study carried out by a team of researchers from the Charles University Institute of Sexology and the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of the Motol University Hospital (Prague, Czech Republic), which has decided to review 75 different works on pleasure fluids female from 1950 to 2017. The conclusions are more than surprising.

“The emission of fluids is the common and desirable physiological manifestation of female sexual arousal (vaginal lubrication), a physiological response (squirting, female ejaculation), a result of incontinence during intercourse, or a combination of various fluids, “the researchers point out in the article. In addition, these fluids can be expelled through the vagina, the urinary bladder and the female prostate or Skene’s gland.

To begin with, as this team of scientists has been able to verify, female ejaculation and squirting They have nothing to do with it. They are two different physiological processes. “Female ejaculation is the secretion of a few milliliters of thick milky fluid from the female prostate during orgasm, which contains prostate specific antigen,” the researchers explain. The secretion of this fluid has a very “small” volume and, at most, it comes to represent “a tenth part” of the semen that men expel during male ejaculation.

The squirtingInstead, it is defined as “the orgasmic transurethral expulsion of a form of urine that contains various concentrations of urea, creatinine, and uric acid“. According to the Czech researchers, the volume ranges between 15 and 110 milliliters, an amount that varies significantly between different studies. The squirting “It occurs during sexual stimulation of the clitoro-urethro-vaginal complex” and it is considered that “squirting is a positive phenomenon that improves sexual life” of those women to whom it occurs.

Researchers consider that the lubrication produced during intercourse is a different fluid, at least in part, from that produced during female ejaculation. “The lubrication fluid is an ultrafiltrate of blood plasma. Blood flow in the genital area increases during sexual arousal and fluid enters the vaginal lumen from the venous plexus of the vagina, ”the researchers explain. “Vaginal fluid can also contain peritoneal and follicular fluid, uterine fluid, cervical fluid and secretions from the Bartolini and Skene glands,” they add.

Finally, the coital incontinence that some women experience can cause a fluid quarter to appear during sexual intercourse. This is reflected in the medical literature. Some women who experience urinary incontinence due to pelvic floor weakness experience involuntary urine leakage when coughing, jumping, or straining. This can happen in the same way during sex, both during penetration and during orgasm.

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