10:25 pm - 06/16/2007

Horny or need to pee?

Ok, this is a horribly immature question, but how do some of you tell the difference from when you are starting to feel horny and when you need to pee? I usually know mentally before I know physically, but there are times when I can't always tell... anyone else? Anyone?
laughing_dreams 17th-Jun-2007 03:30 am (UTC)
nope you're not alone
i first noticed this when i was in elementary school
and that's what i thought it was
but then i realized different
littlebluegrrl 17th-Jun-2007 03:30 am (UTC)
Yeah, for me it's more mental, I guess?

But, actually, the pressure when I need to pee makes me feel kinda horny sometimes.
123berries 17th-Jun-2007 09:49 am (UTC)
the pressure when I need to pee makes me feel kinda horny sometimes.

Glad to hear I'm not the only one. I sometimes even hold it for a while, because it feels good. I know, this isn't a good idea and I don't recoment it, but I've never had a UTI.
kaelstra 17th-Jun-2007 02:02 pm (UTC)
I've heard that's because your bladder expands and puts pressure on your G-spot, but I don't recall where I heard that, so take it with a grain of salt.

I get this too, though.
duckygirl 17th-Jun-2007 04:04 am (UTC)
I agree with both of the above posts! I'm glad to know I'm not the only one.
betterbebalboa 17th-Jun-2007 04:14 am (UTC)
I've never confused the two; they're very different for me.
Then again, I don't respond all that much to G-spot stimulation, and I'm most responsive to deep penetration, which is different from many women. So I guess it can vary a lot.
laurensellscorn 17th-Jun-2007 04:15 am (UTC)
All of my wet dreams result from an urge to pee while I'm asleep. The urgency that comes with a budding UTI sets my clit quivering. (sorry for the TMI).

So nope, not the only one. I find since I'm an ejaculator/orgasm pee-er anyways (as often people turned on by the urge are) I find it easiest to just try to pee first before anything happens. It takes away the urge, great, it doesn't? Gametime!
loonylupinlover 17th-Jun-2007 05:15 am (UTC)
I definitely can feel the difference between needing to pee and being horny, but sometimes needing to pee really badly can make an orgasm really intense, and masturbating when I need to pee badly can distract me from the "Gaaah, must go pee!" feeling. They're different feelings but the peeing one can lead to the other feeling.
spelslikesheet 17th-Jun-2007 05:20 am (UTC)
The whole wet dream urge to pee thing is tottaly me also. Im glad I am not alone. :)
caletara 17th-Jun-2007 12:00 pm (UTC)
I definatly do. I never connected it with G-spot sensitivity/ejaculation though. Interesting!
archangelbeth 17th-Jun-2007 12:51 pm (UTC)
When I was a kid, getting into the Playboy stash... probably way too early, since I was pretty confused by the cartoons (heh!), I would often find that I needed to go pee. Now that I'm grown up, the location of the sensations, and the sensations themselves, are a bit different. It's more a heavier feeling, behind the bladder, than a bladder feeling. And while I don't orgasm from penetration alone (with maybe two exceptions in my whole life), I do very much enjoy it, so it's sort of a "hey, want some of that" sensation -- want to have sensation below the urethra/bladder area.

So, um... For me, peeing urge is like a burp, uncomfortable till it happens; horny is like that "about to sneeze, need to sneeze, augh, WANT TO SNEEZE NOW, AH SNEEZE YES" sensation.

(Which -- as all these other people have noted -- doesn't mean that you're abnormal. Just that lots of people are different. O:> )
kaelstra 17th-Jun-2007 02:03 pm (UTC)
For me, it's an entirely different sensation that I don't even think I can begin to describe.

However, like a lot of ladies here add, if my bladder gets too full, it'll make me feel horny sometimes too. But getting horny otherwise doesn't feel the same.
starship 17th-Jun-2007 04:09 pm (UTC)
Well, I've felt horny and thought I needed to pee, but not the other way around. But I'm pretty sure that was only when I was younger.
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