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Queefing: That is the trapped air escaping.Get a more detailed answer ›
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 more
During prenatal visit I was told while going over sexual activity rules "don't force air into vagina". Please explain further. Apply with regular sex?
No: Not sure how you can naturally force air into vagina and why you'd want to force it otherwise. ...Read more
During pregnancy Can trapped air in vagina caused during sex also cause an air embolism the same way blowing directly into the vagina with mouth can?
No: Not unless the labial lips are forcibly held closed, as the air will escape the vagina during intercourse movements. ...Read more
Physics: During sexual intercourse, in certain positions, air can enter the vagina and then it will come out sometimes with sound effects as it has to go someplace. If this is especially bothersome or embarrassing, then alter the position and you can also use triangular pillows to assist so that air does not get it. ...Read more
Air embolism: If the labia lips are closed and the air "forced" into the vagina under pressure, the air finds its way into the vaginal veins. After that, it travels to the lungs creating a "blockage" that can cause a quick death. This is NOT a good idea of a "blow job" for a female. ...Read more
Entrapment: Air gets trapped in the vagina during intercourse and can be expelled, sometimes loudly like a 'fart'. Embarrassing, but completely normal. ...Read more
Queff: It is common to have a wide open vagina and spacious internal cannal after childbirth. This can lead to a negative internal pressure of the vaginal canal that draws outside air inwards. That gas can the be expelled when there is an increase in the intra-abdominal pressure leading to an embarrassing flatulent sound. This is a "queff" in slang terms. Vaginoplasty surgery can reduce this problem. ...Read more
Why do I get air in my vagina during sex? I can't do that much during sex or else I get air and its really emberrassing
Normal: Depending on sexual position, the deep part of the vagina can be higher than the entrance and the act of intercourse can push air into the vagina, where it can get trapped. ...Read more
Valsalva maneuver: Holding your breath and pushing down with your abdominal muscles may express some air, however vaginal air has a tendency to be "trapped" and expelled at the most inopportune or embarrassing times. ...Read more
But I have vagina discharge every, day do I need to use something. Let my vagina air out or what. And plus I have school what do I do?
Get checked for : Vaginal infection and proper treatment. Try otc vaginal douching. Take care! ...Read more
I'm concerned about passing air threw my vagina, it happens every day many times a day im 53 and have had a complete hysterectomy 6 six ago.
Fistula: I agree with the previous answer but to clarify, a fistula is when who parts of the body accidentally connect through a tunnel or hole. For example and piece of intestine could attach the wall of the vagina and cause a connection between the two. In any case this would be a very good reason to se the gynecologist who did the hysterectomy as the cause can be easily discovered. ...Read more
Here are some...: What incites you to raise this question? Do you pee in a pail of water or just into a pail to collect urine? Technically and anatomically, there should be no reason to trap air in vagina; even it occurred, it should be inconsequential. If having more concerns, following instructions as described in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html will help you on how to work closely with Doc so to deduce. ...Read more
Is oral sex safe durinf prgnancy. I did to my 16 weeks wife who is now worried aftet reading that fetus may die if air pass through vagina. Is it true?
No: Baby is wrapped in a bag of fetal membranes and the entrance to the cervix is plugged with mucous. Oral will not result in such an issue. ...Read more
Can a yeast infection cause air in the vagina? I think I might have one but I also have a lot of air. Can air make the vagina feel looser?
Yeast infection is not usually associated with gas/air in the vagina. Loose vagina is likely to aspirate air rather than air making the vagina loose. See the site listed below for more information on yeast infection.
http://www.webmd.com/women/tc/vaginal-yeast-infections-topic-overview ...Read more
Dandc tomorrow morning. Obgyn told me to do an exercise by laying on my chest on all 4'sand letting air get into vagina. Why is this!? Weird.
Can you get an air embolism if you douche while sitting in the tub and if you squeeze air into the vagina trying to empty the douche container?
No: No, you will just get some air in the vagina, which will then come out. ...Read more
My boyfriend put his mouth over my yoga pants shorts and I think he blew some air into my vagina and this could be dangerous do you think I'll be ok?
Keep the clothes on: No worries. Just keep the clothes on, because the porous fabric will prevent an airtight seal. Thicker fabric such as denim is even more protective. Air embolism is a risk if a person's mouth and lips seals off another person's vulvo-vaginal opening, and then he blows... that would be a bad thing to do. ...Read more
See Your GYN MD: Blowing air into the vagina especially if the labia are "closed" and under pressure, can cause an air embolism(air dissolved into the bloodstream. Especially in pregnant women) which can travel to the heart and lungs. Stop having air blown into the vagina. Look to see a md and listen to this advice. ...Read more
36 years, female. Feel a "pop" sound like air escaping after standing up after urination. My doctor says, air escaping from Vagina. Is it normal?
Yes, normal: The vagina is a potential space that can expand and allow air in when exercising, stooping, bending, having intercourse or pushing. When that occurs, position changes will cause the air to escape, often at the most embarrassing times. ...Read more
Pelvic pain and pain with sex. Now I feel as if something is in my vagina. I am leaking water (not urine) and air from my vagina. What could this be?
It feels like something is stuck inside of my vagina like air or somethings. Not painful just feels weird.?
I can feel air pockets in my vagina and there is a fishy odor. I have tried monstat and it helped temporarily. What could this be? It happens each mth
Odor: This typically has to do with anatomy, prior childbirth, weight fluctuations. The monthly odor you describe is usually due to bacterial overgrowth associated with menses. Your doctor can do a simple test to determine this and treat accordingly. I recommend being seen during the episode. ...Read more