As it turns out, it is not uncommon for women to feel as though they have to pee in relation to sexual arousal or sexual behavior. The clitoris, vagina and urethra (which connects to the bladder) are so closely connected that some scientists have suggested that we use the term “clitoral complex” to refer to these interconnections.
Each woman’s vaginal scent and taste are unique to her. So, although it is common for vaginas to taste or smell a bit yeasty, acidic or like sour milk, a woman’s vaginal taste can change throughout her menstrual cycle or in response to her behaviors or her health.
Although not all women notice changes in the way that sex feels after having been pregnant or given birth, some women do. It’s not uncommon for us to hear from women who have questions about their vaginal tightness or about partner slippage issues in which the penis keeps slipping out of the vagina during intercourse.