A Question for the Ladies

autinico

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huh thats interesting. i though having penis making the pipe longer there will be less leakage. i have so many question, if you dont mind ofc.
does your new parts physically the same as actual born woman parts? like clits etc, shape and look? (if these question somehow offensive, im sorry i really dont know and i dont mean to)
does getting turned on (previously boner) have different feeling? whats it like? does it get wet?
when u get turned on is it way more easier to pee than it was before when u have a boner and literally impossible to pee?
I just realized these questions are very private. feel free to ignore this or maybe dm me the answer, ive been questioning these qs for so long.
Not exactly like womens part but the urethra opening is at a similar spot like females. My surgery didn't include the construction of female parts. I rarely get turned on but it doesn't seems to effect peeing much.
 

schooner

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Like her sisters, my wife began experiencing episodic incontinence even before her pregnancies, which has become more of an issue since childbirth and later menopause. Due to the fixed location of the female urethral meatus and the shorter urethra, not only can my wife empty her bladder in any position, she has found that her incontinence products are less likely to leak than are mine.
 

SoS7883

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Like her sisters, my wife began experiencing episodic incontinence even before her pregnancies, which has become more of an issue since childbirth and later menopause. Due to the fixed location of the female urethral meatus and the shorter urethra, not only can my wife empty her bladder in any position, she has found that her incontinence products are less likely to leak than are mine.
So does she pee sometimes during sex ? I'm so scared that if I dont get to a bathroom I'll wet myself, I think I'm gonna talk to my doc but I havent had children and I'm in my mid 30s so I'm a little young I think for this
 

inthedark

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Like her sisters, my wife began experiencing episodic incontinence even before her pregnancies, which has become more of an issue since childbirth and later menopause. Due to the fixed location of the female urethral meatus and the shorter urethra, not only can my wife empty her bladder in any position, she has found that her incontinence products are less likely to leak than are mine.
ohh that make sense, also i think that it less leak because she probably pees more often than just pee when her bladder is full or flooding it, thus making it more absorbent? and possibly women doesnt pee in one direction, means it spread better then men, although some women complain that they tend to have problems with not being able to fill the back part of the diaper
 

Fluffybottoms

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Yes and no so for me if I wet and get turned on and I continue to rub and have that amazing feeling of the dip I may do both, just recently it felt like i lost control in a way bc i was reaching climax and i gushed some pee not really wanting to and I'm not super old so i dont know why that happened. Doe this answer you?
Maybe you squirted. I think that's what it's called.
 

schooner

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So does she pee sometimes during sex ? I'm so scared that if I dont get to a bathroom I'll wet myself, I think I'm gonna talk to my doc but I havent had children and I'm in my mid 30s so I'm a little young I think for this
She has never urinated during sex, at least as far as I know.
 

schooner

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ohh that make sense, also i think that it less leak because she probably pees more often than just pee when her bladder is full or flooding it, thus making it more absorbent? and possibly women doesnt pee in one direction, means it spread better then men, although some women complain that they tend to have problems with not being able to fill the back part of the diaper
Both my wife and I experience "mixed incontinence" with hers tending towards stress incontinence and mine almost exclusively "urge incontinence". She does leak smaller amounts while I tend to leak the entire contents of my bladder, since once my detrusor muscle contracts, it will continue to do so until my bladder is empty.

I think most people who use disposables have found that the back of the diaper tends to be used less than the front or between the legs, due in part to the location of the urethral meatus, as the limited wicking ability of the cellulose fluff once it gets wet and the tendency of SAP to repel moisture once their bond with a fluid.
 
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