Ok, I have a simular question... I teend to actually pee right after I climax. I don't have the sensation but I do pee, any suggentions. I asked my doctor's assistant and he was so stumped there was one of those funny silent moments.Then he said he'd have my doctor call me on monday... Any help would great
The same thing happens to me. If I don't pee before I have sex, I pee when I climax. And if I do pee before I have sex, I can't climax. I've been too embarrassed to ask for information so I google'd it instead. If anyone has any information please let me know!
I used to pee climax when I was little during masturbation, there was also no warning sensation that it was starting and it also seemed to be thinner then when I would regularly urinate but there was a lot of it, I'm not sure why some adults might still be having a similar response but my understanding is that it's fairly common with children, it stopped happening when I reached puberty and so did the extra climaxes during the same timeouts, I am also male by the way
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