Saturday 5 August 2023

Reasons why a lady's vagina make sound (queef) while having sex

 Female genital gas, or "queefing," is when air gets trapped inside the genital. Once air is trapped, it will eventually be released from the genital 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. Let's look at the causes during intercourse.

Causes of genital gas during intercourse

According to Healthline, there are number of different things that can cause genital gas. It is important to know the different causes, as some need to be addressed by a medical professional.

In this article, we are going to look at the causes of genital gas during intercourse. Keep on reading and explore new knowledge.


Sexual activity is a common cause of genital gas. The movement of the male genital in and out of the female genital can sometimes cause air to enter and then become trapped. When your muscles tense from an orgasm or when the male genital is removed, the gas will then be released. This can cause a noise and feel like bubbles.

Oral intercourse can cause air to enter the female genital as well. Some forms of rough intercourse can cause genital gas, but they may also cause a spontaneous pneumoperitoneum, which is when air accumulates and gets trapped under your diaphragm. This can cause chest or upper abdominal pain.