i sometimes fight with my girlfreind bcoz of the condition of her vigina. when we are together i dont have a problem with her , but the problem starts when we are not together she becomes wet before we even start having sex that causes me to ejaculate quikly. what could be coursing this because it's affecting our relationship? and i would also like to know wich part of the vigina does a women use to pee ? she also like to pee b4 and after we have sex . could she be hiding something????
umm....... ur girlfriend cannot control how wet her vagina can become, so i dont see the need for u to fight with her for that. and what does which part of the vagina she pees from have to do with this?
If she is getting wet that quickly you should be happy that she is that into you. second i dont know how old you are cuz your profile doesnt say but if you guys are young then you sexual feelings are just developing and you cant control them very well yet third she could be using the bathroom to insert a method of birth control and is to embarassed to tell you. maybe you shouldnt get so angry and just sit down and talk this out with her, thats always the best solution to any problem in a relationship oh yea and welcome to our community we are here to help each other so feel free to post questions and send notes or messages to others
can some one please save my relationship as i don't want to loos this woman but this thing is really affecting me. How do i know if she cheating on me? comeon lady's atleast you can say this on woman's perspective help me, i want to talk to her about this before anything happens. Because she not always wet like i said onyl if she was at work and she always complaint that she tired then i know she gonna be wet
your the one whos messing up your relationship by fighting with her because her vagina gets wet and you think she can control it. i suggest not yelling at her. now your worried shes cheating on you beacause of her vagina wetness....therapy might be the best option for you. maybe talk about your issues rather than fighting with your girl
I didnt read all of the replies that were left for you, so i might be repeating what was already said.
Im speaking from experience...
Some women are just wet. No matter where they are, who they are with, they are just wet. No one can control this. Dont get upset with her, there is nothing that she can do. Maybe suggest that she wears a pantyliner, that should absorb some of it.
As for going pee, as soon as i get 'excited' ..i need to pee. Not sure why, but thats how it works for me. When i am done, i like kto pee to keep clean.
I hope this helps you.
ok, so i'd like to say........ she cant control it!!! if youre concerned she's cheating because she's wet before she's been around you .. then maybe she was thinking ABOUT you. girls can have dirty minds too sometimes, and believe it or not .. we DO have dirty thoughts occasionally :)
my suggestion would be .. RELAX! you say you love her, well give her a break. you could argue with me all you want, but i know ALL guys wake up with morning wood at different times, and they cant help that. well what if SHE told you that you were cheating on her because of that? it'd make no sense. treat her like you love her, don't make her feel like a piece of ****. chances are, you're pushing her away by making her feel insecure in her own body. hopefully that helps!!
Sometimes i'll just be walking down the street or hanging out at the library and I'll realize my panties are wet and I'll be like "oh, ****- stupid vagina." It just happens. Even if i'm not thinking anything and not with my boyfriend, IT JUST HAPPENS, give her a break. And also, I go to the bathroom after sex because i want to dry off before my pants get soaked. It's uncomfortable, you know. And I also go before sometimes just to make sure my bladder is tatally empty. Oh, and another thing- my boyfriend has to go pee after sex every time and and I just laugh it off. it's kinda funny, really. The fact that you two are fighting about this is entirely your fault through ignorance and paranoia.
First of all Rocky i wud like to answerone question for you that i saw no one answered. A women pee out of her "CLITORIS" as sum people may just call it a "CLIT". Anyways u shouldnt think that she is cheating on u or even thinking about another guy when she gets wet, she just cant help it. I have the same problem sometimes but my boyfriend has never complained in fact he LOVES it. U say that she dont do it until she is not around you. Well me, im kind of like that. It turns me on to be away from my boyfriend and think about having sex with him when i really know i cant at the moment. Its kinda like a rush. This may sound weird, but i get more horny when im not around my boyfriend than when i am actually with him., Its not the fact that im thinking about another guy its just that, you now how when u want something and you know you cant get it at the moment it makes you want it even more..............thats exactly how it feels. Alot of people have different ways to be turned on and that is one of my personal favorites. So Rocky just talk to her and ask her and i can almost be sure that she either says she cant help it, or that it just excites her more when shes away from you. Women have there own personal freaky side 2. If u dont want to loose her, if you havent already please tallk to her about it. She may laugh because she may have never thought that you looked at in that way. If you dont think that talking to her about it maybe easy, this may sound kind of eigth grade but write her a letter telling her how u really feel. Im not sure how old you are but im 21 and it helps me out alot. So Rocky I hope sum maybe all of wat i said will help you. I know im young but i know alot about relationships.If you want to know more just hit me up. GOOD LUCK BUDDY
ROCKY AND MOMMYDEAREST-A women does not pee out of her clit, women pee out of the urethra which is just below the clit. Here is a good diagram for you, click on the body parts and it will tell you what they are and what they are used for.
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