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Queef - The lady part fart

Can we please stop being embarrassed by our queefs? Vaginal farts aka “queef” are a natural and completely normal thing. There’s no shame in your lady part farting game. It typically happens when air gets trapped and then released during sex or physical activity. The sound of a queef might be similar to a regular fart but they won’t have the same gassy smell. Queefs should never be painful and if they are then definitely see a doc about it. 

If you want to reduce the amount of queefing you make then the muscles in your pelvic floor need to be strengthened. Try doing some Kegel exercises to help make your pelvic floor stronger and tighter. It’s basically the same concept of squeezing your buttcheeks together to prevent a fart but instead for your vagina. 

Kegels help Queefs 

Kegel exercises the muscles in and around the vagina. To engage your pelvic floor muscles it’s easiest to think about it when you are peeing. When you try to stop the flow mid stream, that’s your pelvic floor at work. 

Tighten pelvic muscles for 3 seconds then release and repeat as often as you like. 

The more you do these Kegel exercises the better for the health of your pelvic muscles and your vagina. They will definitely come in handy when you want to squeeze a little harder during sexy time for a stronger orgasm. 

Summary: Kegels help to prevent queefing and get better orgasms.

 

With love,

Rebecca