Almost every time me and my bf have sex doggy style i have these things me and my bf call "Vagina Farts." Air excrets from my vagina sounding like a lot a little farts. I was wondering if there was something medical with that. Like if there was something wrong with the sex that was causing it or if when i "get wet" when he's making love to me that way it bubbles or something.
If someone had a reason for it that was medical or could help make it stop that would be amazing!
I wouldn't worry too much about it. It is from the position you are using. We all get them. Think of a bicycle pump, it makes those sounds when you pump it, right? It is not a medical problem that I know of. I think it is actually a relief for me when it happens. Just laugh it off. It is completely normal. Good luck.
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