And also remember that there is a chemical released in the male brain that resembles narcolepsy after he ejaculates, so don't feel like he is ignoring you when he physically can't stay awake. They can be done anywhere without anyone even knowing. Women can gain control over "leaking" by practicing Kegel exercises, which strengthen the pelvic muscles around the vagina and urethra. I have just clenched my muscles to prevent anything from happening, but am I actually about to orgasm when that happens? One small study showed that 40 percent of men who had erectile dysfunction for more than six months had their symptoms completely resolve with a combination of pelvic floor physical therapy and at-home Kegel exercises. Lifestyle changes For some people, lifestyle changes can help prevent urination during sex: Logan Levkoff says it's all about anatomy. As for your question, the answer depends on a few factors, one being your sex. Your doctor can help you come up with a diet and fitness plan. Basically, the vaginal cavity sits behind the bladder, and during penetration, the penis can push right on your bladder especially during rear-entry positions like doggy style. Something else to note is that while all women can ejaculate, not everyone does. They are exercises to make the muscles in your pelvic area strong. So why does it happen? How do I relax my body enough to just let it happen and enjoy the experience? Contract your pelvic floor muscles, hold the contraction for five seconds, and then relax for five seconds. Unfortunately, feeling like you have to urinate during intercourse is fairly common.