Psychologist Robyn Salisbury helps a reader with a relationship dilemma. I get too wet when I'm turned on during sex and that means my partner just slips in and out and I can hardly feel him. He says it's not a problem and he still gets pleasure. I think he's got an average sized penis and he gets very hard so it's not him. I'm too embarrassed to ask my doctor. Is there an operation to make my vagina entrance smaller so I can at least feel what's happening or are there exercises I can do?
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I know females can ejaculate but I'm not sure if I'm having an orgasm or not as he's the only guy I've been with. It's ridiculous how much clear liquid comes out and creates a sort of puddle on the sheets , it feels so good when we're having sex but I squirt almost immediately after foreplay when he 'enters'. It's really embarrasing for me even though he tells me how much it turns him on and he loves it now that he can make me really wet. But I'm not sure if that's what it is and I don't really want to go to the drs about it. Any help would be appreciated because I've told him I don't want to have sex anymore because I'm uncomfortable with how wet I get but it's reducing me to tears :. By the way I haven't had my period for 2 months and I'm not using birth control would that have anything to do with it?? Lubrication is the mucus-like fluid that comes out of your vagina when aroused, where as ejaculation is more of a watery fluid that comes out of your urethra when you reach climax.
Why do I get so wet during sex?
Sex should be fun, but it can also be complicated. Welcome to Sexual Resolution , a biweekly column by sex therapist Vanessa Marin that answers all your most confidential questions to help you achieve the healthy, safe, and joyful sex life that you deserve. In this column, she answers a question from a reader who has difficulty with natural lubrication. I'm super attracted to my boyfriend and enjoy having sex with him, but I never, ever get wet. I feel the desire for sex, but nothing happens.
For women and people with vulvas, getting wet doesn't just happen during sexual activity. In fact, vaginas lubricate themselves pretty regularly. But, when you commence any kind of sexual activity and are feeling turned on, the Bartholin and Skene glands get to work and start producing more natural lubrication.