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    Squirting: How to stop??
    An_250539 posted:
    I never used to squirt until about 3 years ago. I'm not really sure what causes it but i do notice that it is a lot more than it used to be. I'm wondering if something is wrong, if it's my bladder and not what i think it is. Has anyone else experienced squirting and if so have you been able to control it. I'm at a lost and would like to stop. Although it is enjoyable, being too "wet" is kind of killing the friction during sex and my partner isn't able to get off as much.
    dfromspencer responded:
    I can't tell you how to stop squirting, but i will tell you that, its a huge turn on for most men, if they can make a woman squirt!!!

    As for the loss of friction, try changing possitions? Perhaps doggie style towards the end for your husband, or boyfriend?

    May just work?

    Good luck!!!


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