If you have mastered the art of squirting, you probably know that it goes hand in hand with a sense of losing all control. So, it can be difficult to make yourself stop.
And why would you? If you ask anyone who enjoys squirting, they will probably explain how to make yourself squirt more, not less.
But some people want to stop squirting for many reasons. Perhaps you want to know how to delay female ejaculation a bit more or maybe you want to prevent a mess.
Perhaps you are scared that you will lose control of your bladder entirely.
Luckily, with a little practice, you can hone your squirting skills and become an expert at controlling it.
In this article, we will look at some tips and tricks for how to stop squirting when you just don’t want to. We will also look at how you can distinguish between peeing and squirting.
What this article covers:
How Do I Know If I’m Peeing or Squirting?
The short answer is, if you are doing it while having an intense orgasm on an empty bladder, you are probably squirting.
Let’s start off by explaining why squirting is not the same as peeing.
Believe it or not, up until recently the term was used to refer to peeing during sex and female ejaculation. No wonder there exists confusion regarding what squirting is.
Any person who has attempted to make their partner squirt has wondered how to make her squirt without making her urinate too.
Squirting is the result of fluid being ejected from a woman’s vagina during an orgasm. This fluid builds up in the bladder and is a product of the Skene glands, loosely referred to as the female prostate.
This liquid is primarily made up of urea and differs in composition from urine but when you squirt, the sensation is similar to having to urinate.
This is also the main reason that some women are scared to squirt: they fear they might wet themselves or their partner (or the bed).
But, it is essential to know that peeing and squirting are two separate things entirely, even if they are produced by similar sensations.
The best way to ensure that you are squirting and not peeing is to empty your bladder before sex or masturbation.
This ensures that whatever liquid comes out, is probably the result of the Skene’s glands and it also gives you the confidence to squirt without worrying that you are going to pee.
This is a useful tip for first-time squirters, those who wonder how to learn to squirt during sex, or anyone who doesn’t know how to squirt in bed.
How Can I Stop Squirting?
It takes time to master the art of squirting, especially for women. And part of this learning process includes learning how to stop female ejaculation.
Squirting has a lot to do with controlling your pelvic floor muscles. And the inverse is also true. To stop yourself from squirting, you need to control the pelvic floor properly.
Some people practice Kegels to learn how to intensify the female orgasm or improve the sexual experience for their partners.
But these exercises can allow you to control squirting, even while experiencing an orgasm. The good thing about Kegels is that you can do them anywhere and at any time.
No need to slip on your exercise gear. All you need to do is contract your pelvic floor muscles and hold them for 3 to 5 counts before releasing them and holding them there for 3 to 5 counts.
Experts recommend that women do this ten times, three times a day for optimal results.
Once you have improved control of the pelvic floor muscles, you need to engage them during sex to stop squirting properly.
So once you approach orgasm and experience the sensation that you are about to squirt, try to contract the pelvic floor muscles and avoid bearing them downwards and out.
Kneel During Sex
Kneeling positions, where a sexual partner enters a woman from behind, is often considered the best position for a girl to orgasm.
And this is because it goes hand in hand with stimulation of the G-spot area. But, this position can also be helpful to prevent squirting.
This is because women have more control over their pelvic floor muscles in a kneeling position so it is easier to contract and relax them at will.
Avoid Pressure on the Bladder
It is also important to realize that any pressure on the stomach may put pressure on the bladder which may increase the chances that squirting will occur.
So, if you want to prevent squirting, it is best to avoid sex positions that put pressure on the bladder during the time of orgasm.
In other words, avoid positions such as the missionary, where pressure is applied to the stomach.
In addition, it may be helpful to check that your partner’s limbs and hands are not resting on your stomach or bladder in any way.
Avoid Over Stimulation of the G-Spot
For many women, stimulation of the G-Spot is a crucial element to achieving a squirting orgasm.
So, if you don’t want to squirt, you need to limit G-spot stimulation. This is not to say you have to quit it altogether, but you should avoid stimulation of the G-spot up until the point of orgasm.
So, as soon as you experience heightened arousal from G-spot stimulation, switch to an alternative position or stimulation tactic.
To find your G-spot, you can insert two fingers and curl them upwards and towards you.
The area of the G-spot should be where your fingers are and will have a slightly rougher texture than the rest of the interior vaginal area.
Avoid Stimulation of the Skene’s Gland
Unlike the G-spot, there is no recipe for finding the Skene’s gland. So, you will have to be mindful and check your own sensations to determine when the Skene gland is being stimulated.
The good news is that the Skene gland is in the same area as the G-spot so stimulation can be limited if you avoid G-spot stimulation in general.
Learn Your Triggers
The secret to improving your sexual experiences relies on an internal self-awareness of what you enjoy and don’t enjoy.
And if you don’t want to squirt, you need to avoid the positions and tactics that usually lead to squirting.
There is no surefire method to improving this apart from being more mindful during sex and masturbation.
Is there any specific position that leads you to squirt? Is there a type of stimulation that gets you there quicker?
Learn what triggers you and work to avoid these triggers in order to stop squirting.
Check How Long It Takes to Get There
Another helpful tip is to be mindful of the time it takes you to achieve a squirting orgasm.
If you have a rough idea of how long it takes you, you can more easily avoid it when it occurs.
For example, if it takes you about 15 minutes, you can know at what time during sexual intercourse you need to pay more attention to your pelvic floor muscles and control them.
You will also know when to switch to a position that doesn’t stimulate the areas that lead to squirting.
It can be hard to keep track of time during intercourse, so set a timer so that you know when you reach your threshold. After a while, it should feel like second nature.
Squirting is something females may find embarrassing or messy due to the stigma associated with it. This is why many women want to know how to make it stop.
Some females also don’t like the sense of “losing control” that accompanies a squirting orgasm.
But, it is important to know that this is a celebration of the female body and all it can achieve. Many women go their entire lives without ever experiencing the pleasure associated with a squirting orgasm.
If you don’t like the sensation of squirting, it can be great to stop it or even just to learn how to better control it.
But if you enjoy the sensation and the orgasm associated with it, don’t hold back due to some social stigma. Yes, it can be messy, but many of the best things in life are.
It is not easy to learn how to squirt and it is maybe even harder to learn how to stop squirting.
This is because it involves control of the pelvic floor muscles and careful stimulation in order to navigate the various types of stimulation and orgasms that females can experience.
But, it is not impossible. And if you want to learn how to stop squirting, all it takes is a little practice and self-awareness.
Have you enjoyed this piece? Then consider checking other guides:
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- Why Do Girls Squirt
- Is Squirting an Orgasm
- What Does Squirting Feel Like
- Can You Orgasm Without Squirting
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- Is Female Ejaculation Pee
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- What Does a Female Orgasm Feel Like
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