This morning had a bit of cramping and thought not much of it. Later on went to the bathroom and did my thing [no. 2 - sorry for tmi!!! just want to be accurate in my asking of the question] so thought the cramping was from that. Went for a bath this afternoon and did some nipple stimulation and clitoris stimulation to try and kick start some sort of contractions or something.... nothing at all. When I sat up in the bath I felt like I was...leaking... and felt down there and as I pulled my fingers apart it looked like goo.
Stood up and thought I had a little leak but thought nothing of it as have been sat in the bath. Tried to 'push' and nothing. Went into my room and put a pad on, stood back up and walked out my room and it felt like I wet myself, as in had no control. I have no contractions or anything, no pain at all. Soaked a pad.
My question is... and this is super embarrassing and majorly stupid ... would water have 'sucked' into my vagina during my bath because of the nip and clit stimulation?? I didn't orgasm at all or anything near it.
I really don't want to phone my MW and be told I have leaked bath water.
I've never to my knowledge had bath water suck up my VJJ, even when I had sexy time but tbh, I don't think I would have noticed. Maybe I am looking too much for symptoms!! All I can describe it as was if water was trickling at speed in a way I could not control. :/
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