With one in three women battling bladder weakness, many of them choose to say nothing … to anybody — not their friends, doctors or sexual partners. Some prefer to avoid sex altogether. Research of women aged 30 to 70 has shown that women with incontinence issues were not only more likely not to have sex, but they also had less desire and satisfaction than women without the problem. But, according to relationship and sex therapist Rachel Morris, not talking about it is the biggest problem of all. Not just one in three women over Alternatively, it could be due to a reduction in oestrogen because of something like the menopause, when hormone replacement therapy or oestrogen pellets could be prescribed.
Peeing during sex: Causes, treatment, and prevention
Peeing during sex is a very common concern. As many as 60 percent of women who have some level of general incontinence experience leakage during sex. Instead they may be experiencing female ejaculation during orgasm. Regarding female ejaculation, what the fluid actually does has been debated.
#Youasked: My husband likes me to pee during sex! Is that normal?
This article was scientifically fact-checked by Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist Dr. Shree Datta. However, there is no reason to just live with the strain of incontinence in your daily life, and there are things you can start doing right now to stop incontinence from sabotaging your love life. Coital incontinence can be split into 2 different categories — urination with penetration and urination with orgasm — which are caused by two different types of incontinence in women. Urination with penetration happens when something is inserted into your vagina and puts pressure on your bladder or urethra the tube that urine flows out of.
It is first and foremost important to note that there is nothing wrong with women who experience pleasure from delaying urination. This is similar to the feeling you get after holding something heavy for a long time. When you finally put the heavy object down, you feel a release in your arms as the muscles relax. Theoretically, these women who are delaying urine are simply contracting a muscle for a long enough period of time to set off nerves when the muscle is finally released.