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Some have the unfortunate experience of going to bed with men who react negatively when they climax – but fortunately that is not the reaction of most males.Until the 1980s, most doctors who were aware of the phenomenon of ejaculation used to assume the fluid must be urine.And some of them are understandably confused as to whether they produced some specific sexual fluid – or just urine.On Christmas Eve 2014, a group of French doctors published a study of seven women, who were given ultrasound scans before and just after ejaculation.At a recent conference, she told me that in most cases, the amount of fluid secreted is usually around 'half a coffee cupful'.When a woman first discovers that she suddenly drenches the sheets when she climaxes, it's natural for her to feel anxious and embarrassed.It is also said to contain two sugars: glucose and fructose.
More realistic is the estimate of Beverley Whipple, American sex guru and co-author of the original G-spot book.
And because most women initially think the fluid they produce is urine, they may assume what they are doing is 'dirty' or 'nasty'.
Unsurprisingly, quite a lot of these women tend to go through life avoiding sexual relations with other people.
As a treatment, they would tend to recommend exercises to build up the pelvic muscles.
And many women do indeed leak a little urine during sex and during other activities as well.