According to a Healthline article, “When you have a UTI, your bladder and urethra can become irritated and inflamed, making it hard to control your urge to pee.” This can result in unwanted leakage during séxual activity.
Another reason may be pelvic floor muscle weakness, which can cause the bladder to contract involuntarily during séx. WebMD explains that “These muscles enable you to stop and start your stream of urine. Weakness in these muscles can lead to incontinence, which is the loss of urine control.” Women who experience váginal childbirth or menopause may be more susceptible to this condition.
Lastly, women who experience female ejaculation may also pee during séx. According to Women’s Health, during female ejaculation “the urethra swells and can push out urine.” This, combined with the arousal and orgasm of séxual activity, can lead to peeing during séx.
In conclusion, there are several reasons why women may pee during séx, including UTIs, pelvic floor muscle weakness, and female ejaculation. It is important to speak with a healthcare provider if this occurs regularly or causes discomfort during séxual activity.
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