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fLoWuRz
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i was just wondering if anyone else has experienced this. when my boyfriend are having sex, it feels amazing at first, but then i start to get gassy. could it be just my stomache reacting to the motion? is there anything i can do to prevent this? like not eating/eating before intercourse? i really need oppinions on this one, b/c its really starting to affect me b/c im not really satisfied with sex anymore.
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entropie
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It could be something similar to motion sickness.. do you get seasick or car sick? It could be the same sort of thing (as odd as it may sound)..

I suppose you could try changing what you eat before sex and experiment to see if that is the problem, otherwise you might want to have your GP/gyno field the question..

Sorry I can't be of more help!

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I experience it too and it doesn't really bother me.

I used to think it was because during sex, air kind of gets pushed in. I'm sorry if this is wrong but that is just what I used to think.

And since it never really bothered me, I never actually made the effort to find out.

Maybe you would like to check it out with your doctor or gynecologist. That would be the best way to go.


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There are such things as vaginal farts. When you're having sex somteimes air gets trapped in the back of the vagina and when it is expelled it can make sounds that resemble farts, does that sound like what you're experiencing? If it's just a feeling then I don't really know what it is and you could check with your doctor about it.
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entropie
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FYI it's called queefing But I prefer the ter "vart"..

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