Expelling air from vagina

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Once air is trapped, it will eventually be released from the vagina and can cause a sound similar to common flatulence from the rectum. It is typically a normal occurrence, and it is rarely a sign of a serious health concern. However, it can either be a passing occurrence, or it may be a symptom of a medical condition that will need to be treated. There are a number of different things that can cause vaginal gas. It is important to know the different causes, as some need to be addressed by a medical professional.

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Flatus vaginalis a distressing symptom

Flatus vaginalis is the expulsion of trapped air from the vagina it is a natural phenomenon that occurs when air is forced into the vagina, and then expelled as the muscles of the vaginal wall naturally contract. Although air expelled from the vagina is usually harmless and odourless the sound of flatus vaginalis can be embarrassing and distressing for women who suffer from the condition. Vaginal flatus commonly occurs during or immediately after sexual intercourse.
Obstet Gynecol Jul. Audible passage of air from the vagina is a common, sometimes bothersome, consequence of pelvic dysfunction. The prevalence and consequences of vaginal wind — audible passage of vaginal air — have not been well characterized. Higher prevalence was associated with younger age, premenopausal status, and longer vaginal length, but not with pelvic organ prolapse.