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*Needing to pee*
I am a healthy 19 year old female who is involved in a sexual relationship with healthy 22 year old man. The sex is great. Except for one glitch on his part. He claims he has the bladder of a child and it cannot hold any urine but whenever we have sex and even if he urinates prior to it he cannot cum because of the intense sensation that he has to pee. Right as he is about to cum it prevents him form doing so. If this is common or if you have an advice on how this can be prevented and he can start cumming normally please let me know. Thank You-
I can understand why this might be frustrating for you and your partner. There may be a few different causes for the problem. For example, your partner may have a urinary tract infection or a condition called overactive bladder (a treatable medical condition with symptoms that include urinary frequency, urgency, and accidental loss of urine due to a sudden and unstoppable need to urinate. This condition is not normal at any age). It is important that he see a health care provider (who may refer him to a urologist) to get evaluated. He may also want to mention the ways bladder urgency have affected his sexual response and his sexual relationship with his partner (you). Most bladder problems are very treatable, but it is important to see a clinician to start the process. Good luck and thanks for your question. Erika Pluhar
This tip was written by Erika Pluhar Ph.D.
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