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#Youasked: My husband likes me to pee during sex! Is that normal?
#Youasked: My husband likes me to pee during sex! Is that normal? | The Times of India
Not long after her first son was born in , Elizabeth began experiencing periodic incontinence, or involuntary urination. I would never be on top because of the risk of urinating on my husband, and I was very reluctant to have sober sex. It was easier to have a few drinks and have sex because I was less inhibited, and if I did leak, I could blame it on being buzzed. Elizabeth says she never had a gushing episode during sex, but the fear of leaking became an insidious worry. The Mayo Clinic estimates nearly 20 million Americans have urinary incontinence, and of them, 85 percent are women. It can affect every area of life, cause depression and anxiety, and severely curtail sexual freedom and enjoyment. Elizabeth, Sheryl, and Devon are going public with their stories in order to give other women the power and courage to speak to their doctors and take their lives — and sexual confidence — back.
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.
Ask Anna is a sex column. Because of the nature of the topic, some columns contain language some readers may find graphic. I have a problem that I'm very nervous about. My boyfriend is visiting in about a month, and we're planning to have sex for the first time and I'm worried about not being able to orgasm.