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What causes me to fart when having sex and is there any way I can stop it. Please!!!!!!!!!!!! It\\\\\\\'s embrassing.


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replied August 14th, 2010
Sexual Health - Women Answer A15288
Hello,
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Sometimes during vaginal sex or at times when a woman inserts something in her vagina, air gets pushed into the vagina. When the penis or another object is removed, this air gets released, and it makes a noise, which is sometimes called a "queef" or a "vaginal fart." Sometimes air is also released even if nothing is inserted into the vagina. It can also happen if your guy is probably pulling out too far and then when he goes back in he is shoving air inside. Wrap your legs around his waist, it will control how far he can pull out and that will solve that problem.
The muscles in your vaginal can be weak and cause you to lose suction. Doing the Keegles exercise also helps. If you don't know how to do Keegles I suggest the next time you are going pee that you try to stop and start. Those are the muscles that you want to target while doing this exercise. Once you do that; you can do them anywhere (without the peeing part of course).
Hope it helps.
Take care.



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