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Case Study - Over-stimulation of G-spot irritated her urethral nerves, resulting in involuntary urination without sexual orgasm - solution.
Reader: 10/3/2000>
My gf is having a small problem and becoming very worried... on friday I tried to get to teh G-spot with my fiegrs and ended up hurting her inside. She then had to lay still for a while because of the pain. We then had sexual intercourse in which she urintated. Unknowingly! Then today which is the following Tuesday we had sexual intercourse again and she urinated again and didnt achieve an orgasm. Does she have any need to be concerned and how can I help or can we do anythig? We have been secually active for nearly 6 months onw and my gf is nearly 19. I was wonderig if you could help. could it be that I hurt her bladder?? She never used to do this.

Dr. Lin: 10/4/2000>

This is caused by a urethral/G-spot over-stimulation resulting in a urethral irritation. It will take a few days for her to get healed. Please have no more sex for a few days.
The involuntary urination without an orgasm is the response of the parasympathetic motor nerves (in the Bladder Sphincter Muscle) of the General Somatic Efferent (GSE) Fibers in the spinal cords S1 and S2, to the urethral/sphincter sensory nerves of General Visceral Afferent (GVA) Fibers which are served as inputs of the GSE and the central nervous system in the interneuron switches of S1 and S2. The parasympathetic motor nerves from the spinal cords S2-S4 also serve to void the bladders and, as well as to erect the urethral/vaginal spongy tissues, via the GVA fibers (input) and the General Visceral Efferent (GVE) fibers (output to the effectors).
When you focus your stimulation on her G-spot (the 12-o'clock position) in the outer section of her vagina, her urethral sensory GVA nerves of S1-S2 is over-stimulated to force S1-S2 GSE effectors in the bladder/urethral sphincter (the urinary control valve) to respond, that is, to void the bladders.
If you alternatively massage the both sides of her urethra, back and forth from the shallow section to the deep vaginal section (the Epicenter) around her cervix. her S2-S4 GVE effectors in the urethral/vaginal and bladder/uterine tissues will help her erect her inner penis (the urethral spongy tissues) and tent up her vagina for sexual pleasure and orgasm.  Vaginal orgasm (with orgasmic contraction of the entire pelvic cavity, mainly including the clitoris, vagina, uterus, and extensively tailbone muscles and thighs)  are driven by the sympathetic DVE fibers from the spinal cord T10-L2 (dominated by T12 and L1) in response
to the input of the GVA sensors in the G-spot and Epicenter (which also signals the brain via the spinal anterior spinothalamic pathway) and mainly to the brain/central nervous system, while clitoral orgasm is a local response of the sympathetic GSE terminals in the clitoral root  around the pubic bone to the General Somatic Afferent (GSA) sensors in the glans clitoris and clitoral shaft and base, via the interneuron switches in the spinal cord L1 and L2. Note that a stronger clitoral stimulation can also
turn on the interneuron switch in the spinal cord T12, resulting in contraction of outer section of the vaginal muscle. 
A powerful vaginal orgasm may also squeeze out the fluids stored around the Epicenter tissues (the female prostate), as a female ejaculation, but this is a different story from yours.

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