I have noticed for the past few months that anytime I have sex with my male partner (condom or not) there will be liquid dripping or my underwear will become extremely soaked 15 - 30 minutes after we have finished having sex. I am curious about what this is. I have trouble having orgasms and feeling sexual sensations, so I am wondering if this is something I am supposed to feel after sex. Why might I have moistness or discharge after sex?...(I am very sure it is not leftover semen.)
I am no expert, but I think it could well be delayed vaginal secretions (***) from your vagina that is backed up somewhere. If I masturbate and climax I get secretions the next day, admittedly it is thick but I am a woman of a certain age. I also seem to have some kind of pocket or recess that backs up urine when I pee. Provided the discharge is not yellow and does not have a bade fishy odour I think you should be OK, just wear panty liners and carry spares or use incontinent pads such as Tena Lady to absorb the fluid. If you're really worried do go and see your physician who will be happy to put your mind at rest.
Thanks, I am not afraid. I just have never heard of this happening to anyone else. It also wasn't like this in the past. So I was trying to figure out what might have happened. I guess I am just curious...where and why would it be backed up or take time coming out?
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