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2 months ago · 3 · Womanhood, +3
Im a teen female who masterbates sometimes, but everytime it ends in a dry orgasm. is this normal? i dont want to ask my mom as it’s really embarrassing lol. so should i be concerned?
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I don't really know alot about female anatomy but I seriously recommend that you should consult your mother for this, because it ain't that embarrassing to talk to your mother rather than talking about it to a stranger.
Also I don't really know your relation with your mother but you shouldn't really rely on the info by some stranger because only your parents can truly help you with your situation, and of course they really care about you.
Take care and don't worry so much.
u should cosnult a gynac , they will help you better.
also dont ask mom if u feel that she might make this worse.
no parents want their child to masturbate.
consult a gynac. or else google it.
Middle aged male here and not a doctor of any sort so I realize I don't get much credibility here but my wife and I are swingers and we've had multiple sexual partners and I've heard sooooo many sexual stories I think I can speak to this on some degree.
Because you said you are a teen, I just want to clarify that, typically, the female vaginal canal is always moist to some degree. When you become aroused, again - typically, your glands will secrete extra fluid to reduce friction from the penis.
When a man has an orgasm there is a heightened sense of pleasure for him and we understand that he will typically ejaculate and, in that process, he's releasing semen from the tip of his penis. The semen is a mixture of seminal fluid and sperm.
When a woman has an orgasm, they do not ejaculate but do have the heightened sense of pleasure. It should be noted, however, that some women can have a heightened sense of pleasure and can squirt a fluid from the urethra (this is the upper, tiny hole where the urine comes out of your body). Street slang - this is called squirting. Some women squirt but have not had an orgasm. Some women squirt when they have an orgasm. And some women do both. Squirting, I should say, is not super common so many women will say that they don't squirt, that they can't squirt, or that they never have. It is very, very much like the act of urinating and the sensation is even the same. A male will ejaculate a very small amount of seminal fluid (like typically enough to fill a small spoon) and woman can squirt enough to fill a small bottle.
Now that I've explained all of that, we can loop back around to you as it seems some portions of your story could use some clarification so I'm going to include a few different scenarios here.
Your vaginal canal should always be moist to some degree (to be clear, I'm referring to the inside and this doesn't mean that it needs to always be wet enough to leak out into your undergarments though this can happen). If you feel this isn't the case, or you feel that you aren't typically moist at all, you may wish to discuss with your doctor.
When you feel aroused, or begin to masturbate, your body should typically (but not always) get more moist and very wet in that area. If you feel that isn't happening, you could also speak to your doctor though this may not be an issue if you aren't inserting things (toys, etc.) inside of you as part of the masturbation process in which case, if you aren't wet enough, the friction could be painful.
If you've masturbated before, had orgasms, and actually squirted but now you aren't, you may simply be under the impression there is something medically wrong with you now. You're associating squirting with the orgasm. If that happened to you in the past, then it was just a fluke. You can "learn" this trait and actually "kind of" squirt regularly when you orgasm.
If you are typically moist, probably nothing to worry about there. If you are typically more moist, or very wet even, when masturbating, there is probably nothing to worry about there. If you squirted before during orgasm but now you aren't, you may have simply been too young to know and simply associated the squirt with the orgasm and assumed this is "what's supposed to happen" when you orgasm but that's not necessarily the case. In fact, I'd say it's very unlikely. And again, should that be the case, nothing is medically wrong with you so nothing to check out there. It just means you used to squirt during masturbation but now you aren't.
Being wet and squirting are two very different things. I'm guessing you weren't previously squirting because it's not super common but mentioning here because you said you are having dry orgasms. So you were dry during the entire masturbation (like, not wet in the vaginal canal) or didn't squirt (you were expecting a huge gush of fluid to come from the urethra during the orgasm)?
Again, I'm a guy and not a doctor so you're free to take all of this with a grain of salt but, as a swinger, I've had many sexual partners and have had many, many conversations about all of this that I can speak to it with a good deal of confidence.
I hope this helps!
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