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Air Bubbles Vagina
Consult recommended: Need a little more information here. The flow of urine is turbulent as it comes out the urethra (end of penis) which may in itself cause bubbling but there are some other very uncommon disorders that cause gas in the urinary tract and you may need to have examination and a urinalysis done. Please consult a doctor licensed in the UK to resolve this further. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Queefing: That is the trapped air escaping.Get a more detailed answer ›
Vaginal air/fluids: Air gets trapped in the vagina naturally from exercise or certain movements. It is more common in women who have had multiple vaginal deliveries. Often the air will be expelled at inopportune social times, audibly. Vaginal lubricity is a function of a healthy non infected vagina and adequate fluid ingestion. Sexual arousal will enhance fluid production. ...Read more
Disturbing: If you indeed have gas or bubble from the vagina, you should be seen by a gynecologist and examined thoroughly. This may well depend on your age and if you have had surgeries in the pelvic area, child birth or any instrumentation "down there". You may have developed a communication between your colon and your vagina (colo-vesicle fistula) and this needs attention. This can happen to the bladder. ...Read more
Diarrhea?: It would be good to have more information to give an accurate opinion but I am going to guess you might be having some diarrhea. Most of the time it could be a virus or indigestion. If you have abdominal pain, fever, vomiting and feel very sick i recommend to get seen. If no pain or associated with any other symptoms observe x few days(drink fluids) and see your doctor if not better. ...Read more
Very rarely: Dr. Quarles is right to say that the concern about air embolism from the vagina is greatly overblown, and there is more legend that fact. However, strong air pressure developing in the vagina during late pregnancy does pose a hazard, and rarely, fatal and near fatal cases have occurred, from orogenital sex or any source of air pressure in the vagina. See ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When spraying water from hand held bidet to clean anus and penis hole in toilet does water enter the blood stream in anus or penis from bidet spray?
Low pressure, low...: Low pressure means low risk of fluids getting into one's body; means no worries. Low water pressure would be similar to taking a bath, where the tap water is presumed clean and safe. Also, a person can spray from a hand-held bidet at 45-90 degrees with respect to any bodily openings... which means avoid aiming directly into a bodily hole, but rather aiming at a 45-90 degree angle. ...Read more
Lots of Belching, Flatulence (no bad smell, only tiny bubbles), feeling of jumping bubbles near anus (more after oily meal), bowel inflammation somtym?
Classic gall bladder: symptoms Without an actual examination, I cannot give specific medical advice on your particular health and the bile in the gall bladder aids digestion of fats. if it is not working fats go right through you and with fatty meals, belching/gas/discomfort/ oily stool sometimes. Also, one diet drug causes fat to not be absorbed as does some anti-obesity surgery. ...Read more
Possible/not probabl: Certainly water can be introduced through the opening of the penis. It would take a bit of force. I would caution one to never be in that situation unless done by a physician for a particular reason. As far as just by being in water or in water activities, it would be extremely rare for such. The first centimeter of the penis could accept water but would not be of any significant concern. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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