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Vaginal Flatulence or Queefing.
Women often feel embarrassed to talk about it, and this is usually because their partners tend to make a big deal out of it! When in fact! It’s normal!
Physical manipulation causes air to move in and out of the vagina. So if the muscles at the vaginal opening part slightly to allow some air to escape in a downward direction, a noise is what you are likely to hear, ergo the Queef! and one of the most common times that Queefing happens, is during sex! It can also happen during other forms of movement, placing a finger on the vagina and even coughing.
There are only two sources of the air/gas that causes Queefing.
* The normal air that gets into the vagina.
* Air that comes from the bowel. This implies a fistula, and it requires medical attention. This is the one case where in it isn’t normal, so remember to stay in touch with your doctor.
But in a vast majority of the cases, its the first one that causes Queefing. vaginal childbirth, low body mass index (BMI), and young age.
Some experts suggest that you can reduce your risk of queefing by performing Kegel exercises, which strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.
To perform Kegels, squeeze the muscles you use to stop urinating. Hold this contraction for up to 10 seconds and then relax for 10 seconds. Don’t actually do this every time you pee! That’s not healthy!
Try to work up to at least three sets of 10 repetitions each day. And with regard to sex, make sure that you have slower thrusts so that air doesn’t get trapped as easily in the vagina.
Despite all this, Queefing during sex is perfectly normal and under no circumstances do you or your partner have to be ashamed or embarrassed about it, talk about it and try and understand it better and never worry again, because now you know that Queefing is normal. So be sure try some self-love and show some concern and you’ll be fine! and you’ll find yourself having a much happier and healthier sex life!
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