Why did I squirt after removing a tampon?

Ladies,has this ever happened to you?Do you know what caused this?So I was on my period and had a tampon in like normal.I have had it in for at least three hours,and when I removed it,I squirted.And no,not trying to be gruesome,but it definitely was not blood.A clear fluid with somewhat of a mucous consistency was the fluid.WTH?!
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Most Helpful Guy

  • That would be normal vaginal mucous. It can pool in the posterior fornix which is below your cervix and is where a long penis goes inside you. Not a F, but I assume a tampon inserts inside the Vag and in front of thew cervix, which is where menstrual blood drains from. presumably your tampon had absorbed menstrual blood (or you had none) but did nor reach pooled mucous. The act of extracting a tampon requires compressing your abdomen a little (bending over) and can reduce the size of your Vag and push out fluid. Guessing that's what happened. All this = normal.

    Other types of squirting do not come out of your Vag. One is accidental release of pee during laughing, tickling or orgasm and real expulsion of "prostatic" fluid from glands near your urethra during orgasm. Your "prostatic" fluid is identical to our ejaculate, including the bitter, bleachy taste, lacking only live semen.

    Hope this helps.

Most Helpful Girl

  • I have read many articles and listened to many professionals say that orgasms (both men & women) are primarially generated by our brain. From my own experiences I know we can almost think ourselves to orgasm and many times just thinking of a past great time or of a guy I really want to do it with will get the fires roaring. Possably this is what happened to you and when you removed the tampon you hit the g spot and fired off a load.

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  • Your cervix cleaning itself.