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ohkay, like i previously stated I am a virgin but i read a book and it said sometimes while having sex you make a sound out of your vagina, i have queefed before just by being in a sexual position and now im afraid that i will queef during sex. That woud be extremely embarrasing, help please.
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replied October 14th, 2008
mee 2.
i also have a problem in ths area help please.
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replied March 31st, 2011
There is absolutely nothing you can do about it. It will just happen. My bf and i were goin at it and all of a sudden it happened and we laughed and laughed about it. yes i was embarrassed but i tried not to show. It just let it happen and explain to him you cant control it.
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replied May 9th, 2012
Today was the first time me and my boyfriend had sex and I was in the doggy style position and I ended up queefing . I was super embaressed and just randomly started talking and told him I was embaressed and he told me he didn't care. But I thought he was just trying to be nice about It. But its their fault not ours. Try not be be so blunt about It like me cause I knew it was a turn off. But just ignore it or laugh and continue. Don't let that ruin sex ! (:
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replied July 23rd, 2012
omg the samee thingg happen to me i was so embarrassed that i just cant stop thinking about it and idk how to tell him about that but to him it seem like it was nothing but i feel awkward now when im around him :/
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replied September 18th, 2012
My boyfriend and I were having sex, and we heard his mother come into the house. Because of this, he removed himself from out of me, then it happened, twice. He just laughed about, he didn't seem to care at all. However, I felt so embarrassed. It was on my mind for weeks, and I felt awkward and embarrassed everytime I was around him because I thought he would say something. Chances are, he's already forgotten about it. It's a completely natural thing that can't be helped. In all honesty, it's his fault, not yours. Don't let this put you off, the awkwardness goes away and you'll feel fine again. Don't let this ruin your sex life Smile x
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replied August 9th, 2012
This has happend to me ALOT usualy in the doggy style position when a guy pulls out and puts his penis back in it forces air into yur vagina and out comes a queef! LOL
when I relize Sh** Im queefing I just moan louder or try to avoid it by drawing his attention to something else like "PULL MY HAIR" or "SPANK ME PAPI" some times even stop the sex and give him some head Smile
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replied August 9th, 2012
This has happend to me ALOT usualy in the doggy style position when a guy pulls out and puts his penis back in it forces air into yur vagina and out comes a queef! LOL
when I relize Sh** Im queefing I just moan louder or try to avoid it by drawing his attention to something else like "PULL MY HAIR" or "SPANK ME PAPI" some times even stop the sex and give him some head Smile
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replied August 30th, 2012
I had only had sex once before I started my relationship with my current boyfriend. He's a little older and way more experienced! The first time it happened to be I was beeyoond embarrassed, but he didn't care at all. I still have to laugh about it and pause for a second when it happens :$ he laughs because he sees I'm not uncomfortable with it. Sex shouldn't be scary, or a time to judge yourself. Sex is fun ! Me and my boyfriend bump heads, fall over, make noises, the whole nine. And you know what? It's amazing and I never feel bad about myself.
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replied October 18th, 2008
mee three....lol i did that once or twice it was so embarrassing even thou it was with my husband..
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replied October 18th, 2008
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pulllleeeezzzzzzz...y'all.

here's the thing about queefing. i have done it before doing exercises. i have had plenty of sex and have never ever queef'd during sex. now maybe my vagina isn't the "shape" to promote queefing or anything, but please don't worry about this. you'll be wasting so much of your time even being concerned about it.

once i was out on my b/f's boat (he has a cabin cruiser). we went down in the cabin in the middle of the summer out on the lake. we were going at it and he was sweating like crazy (it was probably 95 degrees). we were both sweaty. our bodies got together and between his stomach and my back, our bodies made a queefing noise. it sounded like a loud fart. we both laughed our butts off and kept on having sex.

honestly, sex is HUMAN. nothing about it is scenic or perfect. it's kind of a raw event in that everything and everyone is exposed. a little cellulite here, a zit there, a heat bump there...we're NOT PERFECT. don't worry about sex being perfect because i can assure you that it's not. i can also assure you that it makes zero difference. don't worry!

instead focus your energy on making it loving. make it fun. make it real. don't fake anything. be true to yourself and to your man and just be yourself sexually. if you're goofy, then have a goofy sexual time. if you're quiet, then be quiet if you want. there's nothing to do or feel that isn't right. and no queefing noise is going to do any damage to your sexual relationship with your b/f.

jasmine
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replied October 16th, 2011
Fascinating, from my observations, female humans are self aware of themselves, much more than human males are.
Of course it goes without saying, there are always exceptions. My theory is, this behavior of increased self awareness, and complexes and perfectionism that female humans develop, is not something inherited, it's not instinct, but something developed over time, influenced by society.
If male humans would be regarded and treated as female humans are, as in, "the beautiful sex", the dominance in modeling, beauty products etc. I think male humans would have more awareness than female humans, wouldn't it be a interesting place, it's hard to imagine, male humans being the ones applying make-up, and being dominant in fashion, modeling and such, talking about their who knows what phenomena regarding their bodies.
I think if female humans were more strong than make humans, like female lions are, I think that would be happening today, and the world would be sooo much different.
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replied October 18th, 2008
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Queefing is due to air being displaced out of the vagina during intercourse. Some positions may make this occur more often. Changing position can help with this.
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replied October 19th, 2008
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Usually positions where your legs are a little closer together help, but its really whatever works for you.

You can also tell your guy not to completely pull out during sex-- so to stay inside while thrusting. That will stop some air from getting in.
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replied October 22nd, 2008
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I thought I was a freak
thank you!!!

It happens to me a lot though

I hate it

it's SO embarassing and it happens a lot after and there isn't anything you can do to stop it so we will be watching TV after and it'll happen

good thing I don't have sex that often.
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replied May 2nd, 2011
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My ex and I are tryna reconcile our relationship.. and we wanted to make love.. and in the middle of it.. there goes a queef! like WTH!! lol.. but we both laughed about it and well he is more understanding about it than I am. But yes, changing positions helps! Its a normal thing. no need to worry bout it. Wink
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replied October 22nd, 2008
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don't let it embarrass you. just laugh about it. let it go. if that's the worst thing that ever happens to you, then you're pretty lucky.

i know it can be a problem and i'm not trying to minimize it, but honestly, it can only have an effect on you if YOU let it.

jasmine
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replied March 29th, 2009
I accidentally let out a queef during a change in sex position. So embarrassing but me and my boyfriend were able to laugh it off. It seriously went on for like 5 minutes. And all I could say afterwords was, dang man stop beating the crap outta it. LOL!
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replied May 5th, 2009
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I have a very large droopy fanny and i have an protruding labia, my vagina makes very funny noises very often, it seems to happen all the time. specially when im walking round town and i see good looking men Wink
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replied March 26th, 2011
well that sucks , blows and swallows! I've never queefed before, so take it like a hoe<33
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replied May 20th, 2009
I'm a guy and I <3 QUEEFING!!

Teres nothing better than pulling out, and sticking it back in to a loud wet, and juicy VART!

Don't be embarrassed ladies.
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replied October 15th, 2011
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lol thats soooo funny man i wish mi boy thot the samme
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replied May 21st, 2009
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Let me understand this...
You are lyaing naked with a naked man and his penis inside your vagina. He is about to shoot semen all over you or himself There are slapping and sloshing sounds, heavy breathing, shaking and grabbing and you are worried and embarrassed about a little air escaping from your vagina?

Most men find queefing funny and not embarrassing. Lie back and enjoy the sex and stop worrying about the natural sounds of sex.

Some positions are more prone to trapping air in the vagina so experiment with a few different positions. Your man will be so excited that he will not even notice it.
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replied August 11th, 2009
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When my ex and I used to have sex it would be amazing! We had our little funny moments, we bump heads, one of us sneezes, one falls over, or he slips out...it happens. Especially when i queef, these are things you just giggle about and then keep going. Nothing is weird or unatural about it. FFocus on the love making and not the wow that was awkward moments.
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replied September 21st, 2009
wow so i never knew about queefing..its funny how i found out about it i was watching south park and they did an episode on queefing at first i thought it was fake but i googled it and find out it happens for reals. so now i know that when i had sex with my bf i didnt fart i queefed good thing it wasnt loud he didnt hear it...but now i know what queefing is...thank you
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replied October 8th, 2009
or....
... you could just get a bigger dick? would feel tons better for her and she wouldn't have to fake orgasms so you could feel like a manly man. there now i'm as insensitive and childish as you are.
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replied October 22nd, 2009
STAY ON THE BOTTOM! And avoid lifting your legs too high. ( I have the same problem ]
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replied November 15th, 2009
Well, there's an easy way to cut down.
Instead of changing positions quickly, (i.e., lying down to doggy style) lay still for a second and try squeezing your vaginal muscles tightly.
This forces air out of the same larger hole it came in and doesn't allow your girly bits to refold and cause this queefing sound.
It only takes a second, but it's less embarrassing.
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replied December 1st, 2009
I think most girls have a problem with queefing. I could admit its pretty embarrassing and distrubing when the deed is being done.but hey, it happens.what is there to do.If ur boyfriend truly loves u then nothing should matter,the first time i queefed with my fiance i was so embarrassed i thought it would have killed the mood, I told him I'm sorry babe and he said dont worry about it and we just kept making love. I'm not saying not to stop changing ur positions and not to listen to what the other people are saying but its all up to how u and ur boyfriend are having sex all a queef is,is air inside the vagina. and also experimenting with various types of positions could make the sex alot better and u and ur partner could talk about which ones u like more. Sex is all intimacy.
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replied December 25th, 2009
When i started having sex again queefing happend for some reason in the "doggy position" But he always said i was tight?. Also, it stopped. Then we tried a new position and my legs were tucked into my stomach area, well held up you could say and it was the WORST QUEEF I HAVE EVER, EVER, EVER, EXPERIENCED IN MY LIFE! it sounded like a fart, it was LOUD, and it happened 3 times in a row, and ten min later just laying ontop cuddling i let one out on his check aha, He said he had absolutly no problem what so ever, but i was still embarassed. You know when guys say one thig to you to make you happy but what they are really thinking make you sad. He said it meant he was "doing it properly" if all that air got in right. I never feel anything from sex, so he belived that when i queefed thats its not him its me! do not be ashamed. When it happends LAUGH, show emotion and it will ruin the moment Sad
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replied December 27th, 2009
the only time i queefed and it "interrupted" was when i was losing my virginity. it has NOTHING to do with how tight your vagina is!!! the person saying it's from gaping and sloppy vaginas is immature and doesn't know what he's talking about...
you shouldn't have to apologize either, he's the one making it happen essentially- it takes two in the moment Wink
i noticed it happens more often after we're finished, but the men i've been with are usually in the bathroom at that time and i can do it in peace Razz otherwise, don't have him take his penis out as much during position changes and whatnot...
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replied May 10th, 2012
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Finally someone who said what I would have. HE's the one who made it happen! And if he's trapping too much air inside, it hurts! Furthermore, it can lead to an air embolism, which is life threatening. So for everyone's sake, tell him not to pack so much air in there! (And it IS from having a tight fit.)
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replied May 13th, 2012
When you do that does it mean that you are "loose", it never happened to me untill like a week or two ago, when my boyfriend, &i were having sex. I wasn't sure if it made a difference if there was a condom or not. The first time I ignored it, but then next time, I made up some story why it happens, haha. He tells me that I am not "loose", But can you tell me if that means your "loose" please?
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replied May 23rd, 2012
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He is right it doesnt mean you are "loose". I started to happen to me as well, and honestly i can not be more embarrassed!!! it only happens when we do doggy style, the problem is that that is the only position that works for me to make me come. thing is, i actually dont think that he knows that i queef,i mean he hears it and give me this look like did u just fart!? and i am so embarrassed that i cant tell him no i didnt! i wouldnt do that, i just queefed and cant help it!
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replied May 23rd, 2012
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It likely means just the opposite, you are tight.

During sex your vagina and his penis act like an old style bicycle pump. Your vagina is the pump tube, his penis is the piston and the top of your vagina is the tube being pumped up.

At some stage the pressure becomes too much and the air must come out. Just laugh about it and say something like "WOW, you are pumping a lot of air in there today" or after sex just go "Just in case you do not know, that farting sound you hear is air you pumped into my vagina escaping. We call it queefs or varts"

There is no reason to be embarrased. You are naked with a guy and his penis is inside you. This is not a time to be embarrased about any sound (or for that matter smell or bodily function). If he did not enjoy it, he would not be there. And it is all about pleasure, sharing your bodies and intimacy (unless you are trying to make a baby) in a physically and emotionally safe environment.
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