Why do you feel like peeing during intercourse

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Why do you feel like peeing during intercourse

Peeing or urinating is a natural process that is important to maintain your health. Peeing or urinating flushes out the toxins present in the body. However, this process certainly doesn’t fall into the same category as sexual intimacy. Despite this, many times during the sexual relationship, people feel the urge to pee. There are many possible reasons for it such as weak pelvic muscles. Other than that, there are many other factors that lead to the feeling of urinating during the sexual relationship. Let’s find out about them. (Also read: What are the causes behind tiny bumps or pimples on the penis)

Vaginal Dryness
The vaginal dryness is a major sign of menopause. It happens when the estrogen level sinks in the body. Estrogen helps to maintain the lubrication and moisturisation in the vagina and urinary tract. When urinary tract turns dry, it leads to feeling that you need to pee.

Pain and burning sensation
If you feel pain during sexual intercourse or even a burning sensation then it is a sign of Urinary Tract Infection. It leads to white or grey discharge. (Also read: What are the causes of hot flashes in men)

Position
Some sex positions actually put stress on your bladder, that makes you feel that you have to pee. If that is a common occurrence with it then you must reconsider your sex positions. This will help to get rid of this problem.

Peeing sensation
There are times when you feel like peeing during the intercourse but in fact, there is no real discharge. This means that you possibly have the problem of diabetes or stress. Weak pelvic muscles put pressure on your muscles and create this feeling.

Urinary incontinence
The problem of urinary incontinence means that you lose the control of your bladder and end up spoiling your pants. This condition can occur during the sexual intercourse as well. Therefore, it not only leads to a feeling of peeing, it might lead to actual peeing. (Also read: What are the causes of urinary incontinence or peeing in your pants)

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