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The Science behind the Queef

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WORD OF THE DAY: Vart (a vart is a vagina fart.)

I HAD ONE GIRLFRIEND WHO WAS A BLACK BELT NINJA MASTER IN THE ART OF QUEEFING.
None of my other girlfriends ever Queefed. The one who Queefed had a kid, the others didn’t.

Here is part of an article on The Queefer, the Vart Master, the Clam duster.

What Is Vaginal Flatulence? Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention

Vaginal flatulence, also known as vaginal flatus, or queef, is an emission of trapped air from the vagina. Vaginal flatulence is both common and completely normal. It most frequently occurs during sexual activity or exercise.

Overwhelmingly, it doesn’t pose any gynecological health risks.

Signs and Symptoms of Vaginal Flatulence

Whether you call it a queef, a vaginal fart, vaginal gas, or even a vart, the passage of air through the vaginal canal produces a sound that’s similar to anal flatulence. But unlike a fart, a vaginal release of air doesn’t have a gassy odor.

Causes and Risk Factors of Vaginal Flatulence

Much of the information compiled on vaginal flatulence — especially on the internet — is anecdotal, and more research would likely offer us a better understanding of what might make some women more likely to queef. With that caveat in mind, there are a number of situations and factors associated with vaginal flatulence, including:

Sexual intercourse or inserting an object in the vagina When something is inserted into the vagina, it can displace the air inside. It’s possible to experience vaginal flatulence during a pelvic exam, when a doctor inserts or removes a speculum.

  • Exercise or stretching Movements during exercise can cause air to become trapped inside the vagina. Women often report vaginal flatulence during certain physical activities, such as yoga.
  • Pregnancy or menopause Some women report more episodes of vaginal flatulence during pregnancy or menopause.
  • Pelvic floor anatomy Everyone’s pelvic floor is slightly unique, and some may be more prone than others to expelling trapped air.

A rare cause of vaginal flatulence is a vaginal fistula. A fistula is an abnormal opening that connects the vagina to another organ, such as your bladder, colon, or rectum. If the fistula is connected to the colon or rectum, it can cause the passage of stool from the vagina. Childbirth, injury, and certain surgical procedures can lead to the formation of a fistula, but again, it’s highly uncommon. See your doctor if your queefs smell bad, or if you notice an unusual discharge.

Diagnosis of Vaginal Flatulence

While there aren’t specific tests or procedures to determine if these air emissions are simply the occasional result of air escaping from the vagina, your doctor may perform a pelvic exam to rule out a more serious problem.

Duration of Vaginal Flatulence

A queef typically lasts a few seconds during or after sex or during exercise.

Treatment of Vaginal Flatulence

Because vaginal flatulence is a normal occurrence, there’s no need to treat it or seek a remedy for it.

But there may be times when queefing is associated with a medical issue that requires treatment.

Some research has found an association between pelvic organ prolapse and vaginal flatulence, but the evidence is lacking and inconsistent. Prolapse occurs when any of the pelvic organs drop down due to weakness in the supporting structures.

Childbirth and other conditions that put pressure on pelvic tissues can cause this.

If your vaginal flatulence happens to be associated with prolapse, treatment might involve using a pessary — a plastic or rubber circular device that fits into the vagina and supports tissues that were displaced by prolapse — and trying to strengthen your pelvic muscles by performing Kegel exercises.

To perform Kegels, squeeze the muscles you use to stop urinating. Hold this contraction for up to 10 seconds and then relax for 10 seconds, making sure to concentrate on contracting just your pelvic floor muscles, as opposed to your abdominal muscles as well. Try to work up to at least three sets of 10 to 15 repetitions each day. As a side note, do not do Kegels while urinating. This can cause insufficient emptying of the bladder, which can lead to [urinary tract infections.

Depending on the severity of the prolapse, surgery may be necessary.

You should see your doctor if you have vaginal flatulence paired with more worrying symptoms including:

  • Stool or pus coming from your vagina
  • [Vaginal discharge] that smells bad or off
  • Frequent vaginal or urinary tract infections
  • Irritation or pain in vulva, vagina, or area between vagina and anus
  • Pain during sex

If you have these symptoms, queefing could be a sign of a rectovaginal fistula — which is rare.

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@UGMain this is legitimately important for people to read I thought that it was very informative

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Blahahaha

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This made my morning while waiting to take my kids to school. :joy::joy::joy:

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It took a Queef to bring you back lol its great to see you brother I hope everything is good

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I have expanded my vocabulary today lol

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Hahaha VART

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What stinks in here? Did someone vart?

Blahahaha

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Thats the example sentence that they can put in the dictionary :rofl:

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Blahahaha

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I thought that it was a good idea lol

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That is some good stuff

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That’s great! My wife rips ass like a fucking wildebeest, it’s ridiculous, but hilarious at the same time, she can put guys to shame… and every now and then she’ll be doing something and go “oh my god, I just queefed” and I fucking lose it… she gets all surprised and embarrassed looking like a dog that farted itself awake and barked at the fart…

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HHa lol :laughing: srop the mic @JB_rD81 lol

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I can’t even trpe im laughing so hard

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Our youngest daughter is just as bad… my wife has celiac and is lactose intolerant, and since she quit competing her favorite foods are carbohydrates and ice cream, hahaha… and our youngest daughter, I’m not sure what’s wrong with her, she’s a girly girl, but man, she can clear a room!

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See its all the same between men and women were nasty creatures lol humans are

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Blahahaha you’re killing me!

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Lmao. Where did you find this info? Nevermind I don’t want to know😂

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I honestly did wonder myself lol

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