Questions about FE

    Is it possible to have a FE without realizing it?

    Is it possible to have a FE without orgasming?

     

    I am trying to determine what’s happening during some of my experiences. When things seem way wetter than just my typical lubrication. 

    Under the stars Asked on November 8, 2019 in The G-spot & Female Ejaculation.
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      No experience with this, but as you know, I have read a ton the last few months. 😀 I know I saw a woman commenting at TLHV saying she’d “urinated” during a near-miss at her first O, but other women thought the description was of FE (explicitly saying FE can happen before, during, or after O).

      Also, this article is interesting and the last commenter indicated they have FE prior to an O:

      https://intimacyinmarriage.com/2015/10/30/a-different-kind-of-sexual-wetness-candid-discussion-about-female-ejaculation/

      I find the whole concept a weird simultaneous combination of intriguing and confusing at the same time. Not sure if we’d ever want to pursue this as a couple.

      -Scott

      Under the stars Answered on November 8, 2019.
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        it was NEVER associated with an O for me, just a bunch of wet which felt kind of good and of course turned H on but not my cup of tea…

         

        Blanket on a secluded beach! Answered on November 8, 2019.
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          “it’s always before her O. It’s like she’s on the brink, but not quite there.”

          That could describe the point I got to, and ended on.

          Under the stars Answered on November 9, 2019.
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            SC, the FE that Mrs, Oldbear produces is definitely not pee. It’s clear, viscous fluid (pleasant to the taste). She also begins to produce it during our foreplay on her g-spot.  (I didn’t highlight that fact in my previous post.) Then when she Os more of this fluid (FE) is produced. It does not squirt; it oozes out. Interestingly, she began to produce more FE in latter years. Her O is not nearly as powerful – different she tells me – than in her younger years.

            Perhaps this is a phenomenon (wonderful) that happens to women in their older years. She fully embraces this new development, as do I. Her production of more vaginal fluid makes it easier for me given a less than firm erection. We also use a towel these days to absorb the aftermath of our intimacy together.

            SC, embrace and enjoy your new norm.

             

             

            Blanket on a secluded beach! Answered on November 10, 2019.

            I wouldn’t call it a new norm just yet 😉

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              FE = female ejaculation? I do think sometimes it’s just stimulation that makes it wetter.

              Queen bed Answered on November 8, 2019.
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                @Kay, yes, Female Ejaculation.

                I have always naturally lubricated really well (have-to-take-pauses-to-dry-things-off, kind of “really well.”) What I am talking about is beyond what is normal for me. Last night was a 6″-8″ diameter wetspot on the sheets, and no orgasm for me.

                Under the stars Answered on November 8, 2019.

                Okay, thanks for explaining… never had that happen, lol

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                  @Scott, thanks for that link…. I liked this conclusion, “While experts can’t land on a conclusive origin of the fluid, there does seem to be consensus that “something” is happening that is quite wet.” 😀 That’s quite scientific and it’s a good thing we have the experts. 😉

                  Under the stars Answered on November 8, 2019.
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                    1. The amount of fluid can vary a great deal, and can be so little it might not be noticed among all the other wetness.
                    2. As far as I know, it’s always associated with an orgasm.
                    Fell out of ... Answered on November 8, 2019.
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                      In our experience, Mrs. Oldbear, even in her post-menopausal years, produces FE during her orgasm. Often I am massaging her g-spot and can feel her FE release around my fingers during her O. And, yes, it results in a delightful wet spot. She doesn’t FE during foreplay, but does generate plenty of wetness, pre-O.

                      Blanket on a secluded beach! Answered on November 8, 2019.
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                        In our case it has happened without realizing it at the moment. But we have never had high volume of fluid.

                        Under the stars Answered on November 8, 2019.
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