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10 Fascinating Things to Know About Queefing
Vaginal Flatulence (Queef) - Causes, Research & Treatment | Everyday Health
Vaginal flatulence, also known as a "queef," is an emission of trapped air from the vagina. A queef produces a sound that's similar to anal flatulence, but vaginal flatulence doesn't have a specific odor. While often embarrassing, vaginal flatulence is typically considered normal and doesn't pose any health risks. Sexual intercourse or inserting an object in the vagina When something is inserted into the vagina, it can displace the air inside. It's also common to experience vaginal flatulence during a pelvic exam, when a doctor inserts a speculum device.
How To Avoid Queefing During Sex: Your 3-Step Guide
Queefing , as anyone with a vagina will tell you, can happen at some inopportune times: But while queefs do produce a toot-like sound, we can assure you that queefing is not the same as passing gas. Queefing is an involuntary bodily function that occurs when air is pushed into the vagina, gets temporarily trapped in the folds of the vaginal canal called rugae and is then released. Certain sex positions, like doggy style where your pelvis is titled upwards, or abruptly switching from one position to another, may increase the likelihood of queefing. Even non-sexual activities, like putting in a tampon or menstrual cup, practicing yoga like when you move out of an inversion pose or your gyno inserting a speculum can lead to queefing.
It's embarrassing, but rest assured that you are not alone and it happens to many women during yoga. This inopportune body function is known as a "vart" short for vaginal fart and is so common that it's also called a "yoga fart. Vaginal farts are so frequent in yoga that it's really something to laugh about, which has led to all sorts of clever names. Beyond vart, you may hear it called a queef, fanny fart, daisy pump, or booty burp, among others. It can happen whether you're doing yoga or not and is quite common during sex as well.