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Case Study - Urethral female ejaculation / urinary incontinency during a clitoral, sexual orgasm.
Reader: 12/10/2000>
I urinate during clitoral orgasm. is this normal ? 

Dr. Lin: 12/11/2000> 
It is called urethral ejaculation.  If you ejaculate during sexual stimulation, but without orgasm, you have to take a close look of the ejaculation fluid. If the fluid is not urine, there is nothing to worry.  Generally speaking, urethral ejaculation with a powerful orgasm is not urine.
Empty your bladder before masturbation. Collect the ejaculation fluid and expose it to air for 2 or 3 hours.  Smell it. If it is not urine, congratulate your self that you are one of women who can ejaculate.  If it is, you have to solve urinary  incontinency during sexual stimulation or orgasm. 

I have explained the sources of female ejaculation in
http://www.actionlove.com/cases/case9233.htm 

Since the root of the clitoris is the other side of the G-spot across the urethra as shown in
http://actiontao.com/image/fig6-24.jpg 
A powerful contraction of the clitoral root and nerves can trigger the urethral glands around the urethra to ejaculate the trapped fluids into the urethra or vagina.
In your cases, the openings of the ejaculation (Skene's) ducts are distributed in the urethral wall and orifice, so that you can have a urethral female ejaculation.


Reader 12/13/2000>
I have collected it and smelled it and checked the colour, i'm pretty sure 
that its urine. smells like it and the colour is yellow nawt clear..
Dr. Lin:12/13/2000>
Yes! Obviously, your urethral ejaculation is a result of urinary incontinency during sex or orgasm.
The urinary continency is controlled by the Sacral Nerves S1 and S2's GVA/GSE (General Visceral Afferent/General Somatic Efferent) fibers to the Bladder Sphinceter Muscle. These nerves are a part of the parasympathetic nervous system. The bladder is mainly wired with the parasympathetic circuits of S1-S5. A part of S2-S4 nerves is The sexual engorgement/erection circuits. When erection/engorgement occurs, the bladder Sphinceter will be shut. If you urinate during sexual stimulation, this means your S1 and S2's GSE's bioelectric resting potential is too low to keep the bladder Sphinceter tightened. 
Sexual orgasm is triggered by the Spinal Cords T10-L2 GVA/GVE (General Visceral Afferent/General Visceral Efferent) circuits. The sexual nerves for vaginal orgasm run along the urethra down to the Epicenter between the bladder and cervix. These nerves are a part of the sympathetic nervous circuits. There is a L2's GVE fiber connecting to the bladder's smooth muscle. This L2's GVE can couple weak orgasmic pulses from the L1 nerves. If the S1 nad S2's GSE bioelectric potential is too low, the coupled weak orgasmic pulses in the L2 GVE fibers can trigger incontinency during orgasm. I believe the clitoris orgasm is mainly dominated by L2 GVA/GVE nerves and partially by T10's, while the G-spot and Epicenter orgasms are controlled by T10-L1 GVA/GVE nervous circuits. And, the T10 circuit holds the master switch to turn on the whole orgasm circuits to pace the muscular contraction in the pelvic cavity. 
Around the urethral/vaginal spongy tissues, there are a lot of S2-S4 nervous circuits that help urinary control during sex. If you stimulate the S2-S4 nervous circuits to suppercharge the parasympathetic circuits first, you will peak up your erection of the urethral spongy tissues to prevent the over-stimulation of the urethral sympathetic (orgasmic) nerves. The natural orgasm occurs when the erecting spongy tissues are over-stressed and over-strained, so that a sequence of the nervous acting (orgasmic) pulses signals the autorhythmic fibers to pace muscular contraction for releasing sexual stress-strain energy  stored in the Epicenter (the female prostate). The urethral nerves can be overstimulated from a concentrated clitoral or G-spot stimulation. The root of the clitoris is in the other side of the G-spot across the urethra, as shown in
http://www.actiontao.com/image/fig6-24.jpg 
If you stimulate your clitoris or G-spot too hard, your urethra nerves will be over-stimulated before the spongy tissues can erect out to protect them. 
When the overstimulated signals relay to the bladder L2 GVE, you will feel peeing. When the S1/S2 parasympathetic GVA/GSE circuits in your bladder sphincter muscle are too weak to resist peeing, you will experience urinary inconsistence during sexual stimulation or orgasm.
The solution for this problem is to charge the S1/S2 nerves with the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, DHEA and testosterone. Take ViaGrowth-IV/Fibra (Item 1-005 in http://www.actionlove.com/mail/herbform.htm  ) daily to elevate your acetylcholine, DHEA and testosterone levels and to dilate your arteries down there, and then exercise the PC and sphinceter muscles very often, at least 4 or 5 times a day. When you go peeing, contract the muscles slowly and firmly to stop/hold the urine flow for 5-10 seconds, and do it several times before you walk out of the rest room. When you drive your car, do the exercises too.
These exercise will strengthen up your PC/sphinceter muscles and elevate the bioelectric levels of your Sphinceter's S1/S2 nerves and other S2-S4 nerves along the urethral/vaginal spongy tissues. We call this process "Jing-Chi Translation" which means "testosterone-bioelectric conversion". It will solve your urinary incontinency in 2 or 3 months. ViaGrowth-IV will also increase your vaginal muscular power to grip a penis during intercourse. Since you are young, ViaGrowth-IV will be sufficient!
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