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So the other night, my bf and I were attempting to have sex. It was too painful so we stopped, and I started to queef. A LOT. And loudly.

Anyway, I know that queefs are a normal occurance when air gets pushed into the vagina... However, this is causing so much discomfort that I have no idea how to prevent it and quit being so self conscious of it, so that I can actually relax and enjoy myself.

Any advice? Thanks in advance...

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Check out these links. They should be able to help. If you still have questions, let us know!;f=2;t=008124#000003;f=2;t=008908#000000;f=2;t=007556


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Other positions may help too [Smile] I see this was not mentioned in the links, but a position change may benefit.
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Making sure you are fully aroused before engaging in intercourse can also reduce this problem.

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