Just before or during the female orgasm
, a liquid is usually expelled in small amounts from the vagina
. The "squirting woman" or "Juicy Lucy" experiences an exaggerated phenomenon of this release. This fluid is produced by glands located on either side of the urethra
(the duct between the bladder and the meatus) and are called Skene's glands. These glands are considered by some scientists to be the female equivalent of the prostate.
During the pre-orgasmic and orgasmic period the "squirting woman" can release up to 50 ml of a tasteless, odorless and colorless liquid. Its appearance is similar to that of water. The analysis of the female ejaculated secretion from the Skene's glands, shows a composition close to that of regular vaginal secretions, secreted by the Bartholin's glands, whose role is that of vaginal lubrication. This can happen several times during sexual intercourse and is sometimes feels like urination. This liquid can be very resented by some women, generating a significant impact on their sexual life and sometimes even psychological disorders.
There is no treatment to date.
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Latest update on November 12, 2013 at 04:40 AM by Jeff.