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Female Ejaculation

Where it comes from is still a mystery, however. Some experts think that a woman’s Skene’s glands, located in the vaginal wall, secrete the fluid. These glands are also close to the G-spot, an area at the front of the vagina, about two inches in. Many women experience intense pleasure when their G-spot is stimulated and pressure in this area could trigger the ejaculation.

Usually, female ejaculation isn’t anything to worry about. Women may feel embarrassed, but many partners don’t mind. In fact, they may be flattered that their partner felt such pleasure at orgasm.

Still, if a woman is concerned about ejaculating, or if she has any unusual vaginal discharge, she should make an appointment with her gynecologist.

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“The Truth About Female Ejaculation”

(Last updated: January 8, 2013)

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