Queef

A queef is an English term that describes farting sounds from the female vagina. Although this phenomenon sounds unpleasant at first, the escape of air from the vagina is a completely natural process. And unlike a real fart, or more precisely “intestinal wind”, a queef, colloquially also called a “pussy fart”, does not produce any unpleasant odour of its own. The term queef is a variation of “quiff”, which imitates the sound of a gust of wind, but the scientific name for the queef comes from Latin and is flatus vaginalis. Flatus stands for flatulence, and vaginalis for the vagina. The term garrulitas vulvae (also Latin), literally translated as “the chatter of the vulva”, is also occasionally used. In any case, however, the Queef is used to describe the expulsion of vaginally trapped air. Natural contractions of the vaginal muscles expel the air trapped in the vagina, sometimes with a clearly audible farting sound.

But how does this air get into the vagina in the first place? Queefs most often occur during or directly after sex. During sexual intercourse and the repeated thrusting involved, the man “pumps” air into his partner's vagina. However, there is only limited space for this air. Therefore, it comes out again at the latest after the end of the act, which is often associated with noises. The whole process can take a few minutes, as the escape is only possible when the pelvic floor relaxes. Some women find queefs very uncomfortable or even embarrassing. The frequent occurrence of Queefs can even cause real distress in affected women. Another phase in which Queefs occur is after the delivery of a baby. During the involution of pregnancy, the mother's vagina and vulva change and queefs may temporarily increase. However, both Queefs after sexual intercourse and those after childbirth are harmless.

Equally common is the increased leakage of air following vaginal surgery because it has been trapped there during the course of the operation. These queefs are also usually harmless. In general, pussy aprons are quite rarely a symptom of disease. They could then indicate a vaginal prolapse or a fistula in the vagina.

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