Milk, female prostate gland opening
Thursday, October 24, 2013
Ejecting fluid during sexual activity and orgasm is not usual for females. However, two physiologic (normal processes) have been described, squirting/gushing and female ejaculation. Squirting/gushing refers to the expulsion of a relativity large volume of clear fluid through the urethra (the tube that carries urine out of the body); this fluid originates from the urinary bladder and resembles diluted urine biochemically.
Female ejaculation refers to the passage of a white scanty fluid originating from the female prostate that resembles watered-down, fat-free milk; biochemically female ejaculate resembles semen except that it does not contain sperms.
The female prostate - previously called Skene’s paraurethral gland – surrounds the female urethra and empties into it or just beside it; about half to two thirds of women have a female prostate.
Rubio-Casillas A, Jannini EA. New insights from one case of female ejaculation. J Sex Med, 2011 8(12):3500-4. Go to reference
Posted by Gwinyai Masukume, MB ChB(UZ), Dip Obst(SA), MSc(Wits) at 2:22 AM