Why Do I Feel Like Peeing During Sex? An Ob-Gyn Explains
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.
It is possible for women to urinate during sex. During sex, pressure can be put on the bladder by the penis, fingers, or another object. As a result, prodding the bladder in some way during sex is a relatively common occurrence. There is also some debate about whether female ejaculation is urine or another sort of fluid.
Any number of things might run through your mind during sex—and hopefully all of them are a version of "this is amazing. But every now and then—in addition to random thoughts, like "did I remember to turn the oven off? Mood killer, amiright? Alyssa Dweck , M.