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An_242147 posted:
This is an extremely embarrasing question but has anyone had any issues with flatus through their vagina? It happens during sex when there is a lot of fluids between myself and my husband. It's so bad it's to the point that I'm scared to try different positions because I know that it will happen. I know it's my husband but this is affecting my love life. Can someone please help?
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Jumper2011 responded:
It happens to everyone at one point in time or another. My wife and I have experienced it several times. We just laugh it off and keep going No need to be worried or scared. It's natural and perfectly normal.
 
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elle0317 responded:
Ditto what Jumper said.
 
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scchha12 replied to elle0317's response:
Thank you for both answers, I was trying to figure out what I had eaten or done that day. So this is a normal thing, I'm guessing it has to do with positioning?
 
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scchha12 replied to scchha12's response:
You didnt think that it was a mood killer?
 
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An_242149 replied to scchha12's response:
This has happened to me many times. Of course the first few times I was embarresed but then my partner just laughed and we kept going
 
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elle0317 replied to scchha12's response:
It's caused by air being pushed up and forced out (by his penis) of your vagina. It's not something you ate.

At first when I was younger yes it was a mood killer for about 5 seconds, we laughed then we just kept going. Sex is supposed to be fun and carefree, how can you enjoy yourself during sex if you worry about something so trivial?
 
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elle0317 replied to elle0317's response:
I forgot to add that doggy style is the position it happens the most with me, I guess its because I'm more open and air can get inside my vagina during sex.
 
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scchha12 replied to elle0317's response:
Ok, thanks, makes more sense now


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