In the past, the assumption has been that female urethral expulsions during sensual and/or sexual activity (aka “female ejaculation”) originated either in the bladder or from the urethral glands and ducts.  A new study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine confirms the conclusions of my doctoral research project that both may be the case.  In some women, there may be an emission from the urethral glands and ducts which merges in the urethra with fluid from the bladder.  This would explain the seemingly contradictory results from previous studies.  In the cases where prostatic fluid components were discovered, a urethral expulsion may have also taken place.  In other instances, where there was just fluid with lowered amounts of urea and creatinine, an expulsion from the bladder only may have been involved..

Gary Schubach, Ed.D.

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