Hi when I and my fiancée indulge in foreplay, while doing this her vagina lips starts swelling and turns red is it normal or not, while I masturbation for her she reaches climax but the problem is that she does not let it out (discharge),then she complain of stomach pain is it because she does not discharge???
And while doing this act there is colorless sticky liquid from my penis is it sperm or not please let me know.
Please reply me back thanks bye
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The liquid from your penis is normal too. This is called pre-ejaculatory fluid. The purpose is to aid in lubrication during intercourse. It can contain sperm and women can get pregnant from this fluid. Mostly though, it's semen (which is the fluid that carries the sperm).
ncblondie answered Saturday April 22 2006, 6:25 pm: It's normal to have some swelling and color change. This is due to the increased blood flow to the area as she becomes aroused. Stomach pain is not normal. I would recommend she see her doctor to find out what is causing the pain. The fluid you leak is called ejaculate and does contain sperm. Unless you're prepared to have children at this point, I highly recommend you use some sort of contraceptive. [ ncblondie's advice column | Ask ncblondie A Question ]
NinjaNeer answered Saturday April 22 2006, 4:27 pm: If your wife is reaching climax, then there should be no stomach pain. Not all women 'discharge' when they climax, so there should be no problems there. As for her vaginal lips swelling and turning red, if it is uncomfortable for her, try using lubrication. It will make things more comfortable for her.
The colourless sticky liquid may contain sperm, but it is not as much as there is in semen.
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