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Awkward Question: How Do I Stop the “I Gotta Pee” Feeling?

Posted November 18, 2012 by Kimani in Love. Life. Erotica.

Awkward Question: “I always pee before sex, but I can’t and don’t get to the other side of the sensation because it’s distracting as hell. Your body tenses up and your muscles clamp down…”

Under normal circumstances, this not-so-uncommon phenomena take place when your partner is pressing down on your bladder during intercourse. However, if you tinkled before hopping into the bed, you’d be surprised to know what may be triggering the sensation.  

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Several sexual positions stir up internal sensations that scare many women into thinking they might spray the sheets. This feeling can be caused by your partner’s penis putting pressure on your bladder. But, as you suspect, it could also be a sign that he’s stimulating your G-spot. To find out what’s causing the need-to-pee feeling, go to the bathroom before you get frisky. If the gotta-go urge creeps up when you’re between the sheets, make a beeline for the loo. While this might slow down the momentum of your lovemaking, it’s better than letting wet-the-bed worry completely kill the mood.


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If you’ve emptied your bladder and still feel like you have to tinkle when you get back to business, your man has probably hit your G-spot jackpot. You may notice it most when having sex from behind, if you’re on top or when you’re lying under him with your pelvis slightly lifted. Once the G-spot is stimulated to the point of swelling, the feeling ordinarily subsides and, with further massaging, could lead to a body-quivering, mind-blowing orgasm. For some women, G-spot stimulation causes spontaneous emission of a somewhat clear fluid (that’s not urine) from the urethra, before, during, or after coming that can range from a few drops to amini-flood. While female ejaculation is a hotly debated issue, many women claim to have experienced it.

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The best way to understand how your G-spot works — and to figure out how to max out your pleasure — is to do some solo investigating. Lying on your back with a towel underneath you, spread your legs and insert your middle finger into your vagina. About halfway between your vaginal opening and cervix, you’ll likely feel a very sensitive dime-sized patch of tissue at the 12-o’clock position on your front vaginal wall. Using a “come here” movement, rub your fingertip against the spot. If the peeing sensation starts after several strokes, you’ve hit your erotic bull’s-eye.

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While you may be tempted to stop, the trick to reaching the next level of titillation, and ultimately a colossal climax, is to keep going. For an even more spine-tingling thrill, rub your clitoris at the same time. The more in tune you are with this G-spot-generated sensation, the easier it will be to tell the difference between actually having to pee and being on your way to an awe-inspiring orgasm.

Kimi Says: The urge to pee during sex has been linked to the mythical experience of “Squirting,” which may not only surprise you – but amaze your partner as well!
 Note: Never ignore your body; if you feel that this sensation may be caused by something not discussed in this article, be certain by visiting a licensed physician as soon as possible. Until then, abstain from sex if the sensation is followed by pain or intense discomfort.



About the Author


A NY transplant in Florida, Kimani has taken on the task of educating the world on sexual health and education. The Mount Vernon native has seen AIDS and HIV spread through her community like wildfire, and hopes to cease the transmission of these and other diseases one person at a time. If you know better, you're inclined to do better.

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