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Does female ejaculation result in pregnancy?

asked Mar 13, 2014 in Questions by h.prame (140 points)
edited Mar 13, 2014 by longhands1

Just curious about the female ejaculation!

To my knowledge male ejaculation of sperms will fertilize with the female's egg and make a baby. If so, what does the female ejaculation do?



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Besides the male ejaculation resulting in the release of sperms present in the semen necessary for reproduction, it is actually a pleasurable experience because it’d sum up the sexual act. People do not engage in sex primarily to produce an offspring, they do to derive pleasure from it.

As for female ejaculation, it does nothing but give pleasure to a woman. There would be no release of any fluid like substance (at least not in all women),it wouldn’t result in pregnancy nor it’d do another thing. Its a state of mental bliss and nothing else. The same applies for men also.

When 2 people engage in sex, they’d want to enjoy it and ejaculating merely helps them get to their goal. So to answer your question, no, female ejaculation wouldn’t result in pregnancy.

answered Mar 13, 2014 by Invincible (12,550 points)
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It is always good to be curious. That is the way one learns. Female ejaculation is a topic that is not so often spoken about. The fluid is expelled from the urethra on orgasm and for long it was believed that this was the result of passing urine due to loss of bladder control. Hence the topic was rarely discussed.

Researchers now believe that this liquid is produced in the Skene's glands, which are situated near a woman's urethra and is made of tissue that is similar to a man's prostrate glands. It was also found that this liquid had high levels of prostatic acid, phosphatase which is the same chemical secreted by the prostate gland and is found in semen.

The female ejaculate is not urine. It is generally clear or slightly milky, odourless and slightly sweet. It can range from a teaspoon to a cup full. It is believed that between 10% and 40% of women are able to ejaculate.

You are right about your knowledge, about male ejaculation and sperms which fertilize the eggs in the womb. But since there are no sperms in the female ejaculate, it is only a sign of intense pleasure that a woman experiences when she has an orgasm.  Most female ejaculation happens during the sexual stimulation of the G Spot.

Hope your curioustity is satiated.

answered Mar 13, 2014 by longhands1 (80,975 points)
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Dear h. prame,

    Yeah your knowledge is quiet right. A man's ejaculation or semen consists sperms in it which fertilizes the woman's egg and leads to birth of a new young one or baby.But dude when men ejaculates during sex then they are at their peak and attain orgasm which generally lasts for 3-7 seconds or even more. The timing of orgasm may vary in the heat of moment.

    Semen and sperms are just two different things. Sperms comes from testis through vasa differentia to male's genital opening whareas semen is a secretion of prostrate glands or other glands slightly alkaline in nature. so only one sperm is able to fertilize female egg but in semen there are milliond of sperms present. So we can say that in men orgasm lead to ejaculation or ejaculation occurs with orgasm.

   But in women it is not so.  Only 30-50% women have orgasm frequently. They have many secretions in their vagina and all the secretions may not be regarded as orgasm or ejaculation. Females vagina gets wet when they are sexually aroused for making penetration smooth.

   But when women have orgasms they ejaculate somewhat whitish, odourless liquid which is a result of Skene's gland which is present in women's urinary tract. So these ejaculations comes out if urethra not from vagina and this is not urine.

   But these ejaculation doesn't occur during every sex session as men experience orgasm in every sex session and ejaculates. a women can have multiple orgasm during a single sex session whereas men needs some break after having ejaculation or orgasm. Women have ejaculation when their G spot (Present inside vagina on the frontal wall 2-3" deep), Clitoris is stimulated.

   Hence female ejaculation can be regarded sign of their orgasm but not all the women ejaculates. Some women doesn't feel orgasm even during their lifetime. So female and male ejaculation are the indication of their orgasms.
    But female ejaculation have no concern with the pregnancy as their ejaculation don't have eggs like males ejaculation consists sperm. Eggs are present inside their vagina in fallopian tubes and get fertilized by sperm. Sperm has a slender shaped structure and have a tail present in it which helps in its mobility.

    So it doesn't mean if female ejaculates so she is going to be pregnant. Female ejaculation is simply a sign of their orgasm. I hope you got your answer.
answered Mar 13, 2014 by Manoj4u (6,180 points)
commented Mar 14, 2014 by h.prame (140 points)
Thank you so much for your brief explanation. But still curious!!!

If it so, during the sex if both the male & female orgasm together, will it clash of forming a baby as passing the sperm each other!
commented Mar 14, 2014 by Manoj4u (6,180 points)
dear h.prame,

  if both male and female orgasm together then it doesn't mean the female will become pregnant. As frmale's ejaculation doesn't have egh so she doesn't become pregnant. But when splits her semen in women vagina some sperms move toward female's egg and if sperm reach their and able to fertilize rgg then fertilization occur and baby will produce.

   So pregnancy have no concern with female's ejaculation. If she doesn't ejaculate then there will also chances of pregnancy.
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Dear prame,

It is not mandatory for a female to ejacualte for pregnancy

When a man ejaculates within vagina, the sperm flows inside, passes through the thin cervix channel and reaches at uterus. If there is the egg ready to accept, its done, else, sperm can survive witin uterus for upto 72 hours. 

Now you are adding up orgasm with that. The fact is, when a woman orgasm happens, the cervical chord remains relaxed and recepive for about 20 minutes, after that it goes back to normal. Whether its receptive or not, sperm easily can swim inside. Other than that, there is no relation between orgasm and cenception. Awoman not reaching orgasm or being raped will still be pregnant as long as the ovulation happens.

But I saw somewhere, probably Dr. Berman said, an orgasm followed by sperm release makes the chance greater by at least 20% more if she is on ovulation period.

Hope I have answered your query properly
answered Mar 13, 2014 by Headgearwale (800 points)
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I don't know I think this female ejaculation just only for experience the pleasure of sex
answered Mar 15, 2014 by rajaask (150 points)

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