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Stimulation of female ejaculation


Many studies have been performed on the flows emitted during the female ejaculation in order to define the chemical composition. Through analysis it was found that the type of milky fluid emitted during orgasm include:

  • Glucose (a natural sugar) and fructose (another natural sugar, also found in semen prostate)
  • Prostate specific antigen (PSA), a compound protein produced by the prostate and PSA present in semen that keeps slurry after ejaculation. It is hypothesized that the antigen is produced in the female paraurethral glands of Skene
  • A very small amount of creatinine and urea, the two main chemical markers of urine, found in high concentrations in urine analysis, before and after ejaculation.

The following table (see Table 1) compares the contents of the seminal fluid of male and female as female ejaculation and urine. Female ejaculation and urine contain equivalent substances that are found in male seminal fluid. These common substances, PSA, PAP, & PSAP, are in greater concentration in seminal fluid than is present in the urine. This shows that they are not exactly the same thing. That we do not know for sure is if the prostate gland contributes solely to female ejaculation content.

There are many research about female ejaculationIn 1988, Milan Zaviaič, who heads the Institute of Pathology Comenius University in Brati-
slava, published a study of five patients hospitalized for fertility problems at the unit of gyneco-
logy and obstetrics. All samples related to one of four patients and a sample of another woman in the group were taken directly in the laboratory and the remaining at home. In four of five cases, the samples were examined within three hours of collection, while the remaining sample was checked three months later. In all five cases, the results revealed a greater presence of fructose in the ejaculate sample when compared with that of urine.

In 1997, Cabello Santamaria examined the urine for PSA using MEIA (Microparticle Enzyme Immunoassay) and found that 75% of the sample had a high concentration of PSA in post-orgasmic urine that was not present in the sample pre-orgasmic. The fluid collected at the time of orgasm (distinct from the urine samples) revealed the presence of PSA in 100% of the samples.

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