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Female ejaculation

Postby andra » Tue Nov 03, 2009 12:25 am

I ever heard about female ejaculation?is it true?if it's true,then tell me the mechanism,well i really confuse bout that,is it similiar with men-ejaculation,what organ contribute in this process,
Bartoli gland?i think no,so what is that,tell me bout that,i really confuse,thanx buddy
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Postby TheVirus » Tue Nov 03, 2009 12:58 am

Yeah, it's true, but not all women get to experience it. It doesn't have to do with the Bartholin's gland (this gland only produces small amounts of mucus for vaginal lubrication), but with the Skene's glands or paraurethral glands (these are glands between the vagina and the female urethra, and they drain into the urethra). The certainly known function of these glands is to produce lubricating fluids when the vagina is stimulated during sexual intercourse (as they are right over the vagina, any movement inside it could stimulate them), but their role in female ejaculation is not completely proven yet. The Skene's glands are of varying anatomies and even missing in some women, which would explain why some claim to have experienced female ejaculation and others don't.
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Postby andra » Tue Nov 03, 2009 1:08 am

So it mean that female ejaculation is not similiar with men-ejaculation?tell me what is the difference betweet them?
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Postby TheVirus » Tue Nov 03, 2009 1:21 am

Well, first of all, that female ejaculation fluid does NOT contain sperm (i know, that one's obvious) or any other kind of seminal substance (the exact nature of the fluid isn't well known though, some claim it could be just urine or maybe lubricating fluid),and that the fluid comes from the urinary (the urethra) instead of the sexual system (vagina). Even though in men the urinary and sexual system share the uretrha, the seminal fluid comes from the sexual glands. The FE fluid is more similar to the pre-seminal fluid in men, which is also a lubricating fluid.
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Re: Female ejaculation

Postby andra » Tue Nov 03, 2009 1:51 am

Ok,thanx friend...btw do you have any data or article about erythropoiesis and bone development(endochondral osification and intramembranous osification),would u like to share it with me?i really need it,u can send it to beautynone@gmail.com,thanx
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Postby TheVirus » Tue Nov 03, 2009 2:12 am

I'm afraid i don't have any. But as i always said, the best source of info besides books and this forum is the wikipedia. You can also check out the articles here, see if you find the right one. I think a friend of mine has something about erythropoiesis. I'll give him a call.
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Re: Female ejaculation

Postby andra » Tue Nov 03, 2009 9:47 am

Well,i visited wikipedia a few days ago,yea i got some information about erythropoiesis,but that's not enough for me,i've got a task on my college,n yea it's enough to make me dizzy,very dizzy,sometime be a biology student make us go in trouble,huft..
Thanx for ur help, :cry:
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Postby JackBean » Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:21 am

what about www.pubmed.com than?
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Postby andra » Wed Nov 04, 2009 12:56 am

Thanx jack,i'll try,i hope i can find a good information there,wow..it's terrible..
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