Yes, to the odd queef and lots of observed changes during sex, but especially yes to this description:
Originally Posted by teacup
Emilie, about the farts: Yes, I fart differently. It's annoying and goes along with the noisy punani. Instead of it rolling backward, it now rolls forward. So it either makes more noise than it used to or goes up inside me and then I queef later. (Or does it count as a queef if it actually started as a fart?)
But yes, now much of the time my vagina rattles and reverberates when I fart. Sometimes it's sensation-only (a silent breeze in my own private vibrating glade) and sometimes it's a total amplifier for the sound. And it becomes a flappy, flappy noisy frontways fart. Bizarre. I'll even have an initially silent fart that goes forward and then gets all like a whoopy-cushion effect when it hits the labia. Yes, bizarre to experience. When it's the sensation-only (soundless) kind and the air just goes up into the vagina (to be released later, augh), I sometimes have the sensation that it's like sudden bubbles going up into an aquarium. It's so disconcerting to feel that!
(Of course, this sounds like I fart constantly! Not so much, but the difference when I do....man.)
I didn't know anybody else had experienced the forward farting. As well as the new types of sound-effects during sex.... I'd mentioned these things to two different midwives during exams, and they seemed mystified.
Aware of myself standing, I'd say maybe it's because my vagina/pelvic floor has dropped lower in front? And something about the orientation of the pelvis? Maybe it all makes sense, but it's not something I was expecting and it can be super annoying.
So reassuring to read this thread (and even more reassuring since I know you IRL, teacup. How weird is this?)
Originally Posted by Unoppressed MAMA Q
hi, joining the club.
this is why i have decided that, if i ever get with a different man, he will really have to 'GET IT'. the kind of guy who reads 'cunt' (you should read this book, OP), and attends 'take back the night' marches.
ideally, he will have witnessed birth in some way or another, as a grown up. no more jocular little punks.
i am currently partnered with the same guy that knew my body before it hosted two humans. i have the queefy noises too. i am getting over it. he has helped, one time i had the biggest air bubble fart thing in the world, and i was so not ok with it. i almost let it wreck an otherwise fun romp. and he was so cool, he was very clear about the fact that he really didn't care about it at all. the shoe was kind of on the other foot, really, *I* was the one who was all turned off and he was really encouraging me not to care.
i think we should start wearing 'i have a big noisy cunt' t-shirts. i only want from here on to attract partners who can not only appreciate that fact, but respect and uplift me as i use my big floppy cunt as a tool of connection and unsilencing.
here i thought i was the only one whenever it happens i quickly tell my dh that it wasn't a toot!(i will not toot in front of him)
Yup to the "forward farting" here, which (as described) creates a bit of a queef effect or the silent retained forward fart to be let out later (sometimes noisy, mostly not).
No true queefs though, other than one position during sex. But, my vagina queefed in that position before DS was born too. I figured it was just normal!
I kegel like crazy!
and yes, my fave position causes all sorts of air to go up in there, and it has to come out, obviously.
my kegel muscles seem to be shot....my tampon actually slipped recently...not good. i try to kegel, but i cant seem to do it more than twice or so, not good and strong anyway. i also have a hard time telling if i'm doing the right muscles
my dh never th ought anything about the noises....they just come with the territory...
yurika47- thanks for the hilarious laugh. That's so cool.
I've been queefing now and then just walking around at 4 weeks postpartum. Uh, whatever. I'm having the weird forward farts too, talk about weird sensations!
I'm pretty happy with my body right now, feeling curvy and sexy but darned if it isn't hard to find jeans that fit. Not all petite women are bony, some of us have awesome curvy hips from birthin' babies.
I queefed every once in awhile in a certain position before kids...so that's not a big deal..ebarrassing..yes... It's the new look and feel that I don't like..I do kegels like crazy!!!!
Andi, wife of Seraphim
Mom to Elijah (6/05) and Moses (6/08) and baby Joshua, UBAC February 18, 2011!
Originally Posted by yurika47
So a friend was reading this thread and called me to laugh (essentially at me) because I recently told her a similar story.
And I thought this make some of you ladies feel a little better considering the fact that I have not had any children.
It so happens that my favorite position is also the same position in which it's easiest for air to sneak it's way into my vagina. So after sex in my favorite position, I have a tendency to deflate. Which was really embarrassing the first time, but now it's just funny.
In fact, the first time it happened I giggled, which made me release another queef, and then I giggled again, and queefed again, and giggled again, and queefed again, and then broke into hysterical laughing as I continuously queefed until all the air was released.
My most recent story, which is why my friend is currently laughing at me, happened the other day. When getting out from my favorite position, I squeefed. What is a squeef you ask? It's when you expell air at such a rapid pace that you actually shoot your lover's semen back at him (in particular, on his left leg). Sometimes I like to refer to it as payback.
So ladies, there's no need to be embarrassed. Sex is just funny. Consider the faces we make and the noises that come from our vocal cords, the humor in sex is all part of the fun of it. And I'm pretty certain, without doing a poll, that every woman has queefed at some point or another whether they've had a vaginal birth or not. And I'll be damned if I have to give up my favorite position just because of a little pussy fart. I understand that getting used to a new body/vagina may be overwhelming but in times of embarrassment just remind yourself "Well, at least I didn't squeef."
ahhh thank you mamas.
i couldn't help thinking of that John Leguizamo thing: "She's taaaawking to you, honey..." (has anyone else seen this??)
and as for kegeling: i kegel like mad, every single day, and have been since my son was born ~ and i still queef. Every Woman Is Different.
i agree with -- was it Unoppressed Mama? -- who said that if you're with an Enlightened man, he'll understand.
So glad I found this thread this morning :
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I'm glad to see this thread - I'm not the only one!
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