Vagina fart which is also known as ‘vart’ or ‘queef’ can be very embarrassing and uncomfortable. This phenomenon is actually quite common and could happen during sex, exercise or with sudden movements.

Queefing is actually normal and it occurs as a result of trapped air being pushed out of the vagina which then produces farting sounds. Unlike anal farts, queefs do not have any specific odour. 

However, if your vagina fart emits a foul smell, it could be a sign that you are suffering from a condition known as vagina fistula. If your queef smells funky and is accompanied by any unusual discharge, please see your doctor immediately.

So now that we have established that varts are really no big deal and that they are harmless, the next question is how do we stop this unflattering situation? Truth be told, you cannot completely get rid of queefs but you can control them and reduce their occurrence.

One major exercise that is reputed for dealing with this minor problem is Kegel exercise.

To perform this exercise, you need to squeeze your pelvic floor muscles for about 10 seconds and repeat the process for 5 to 15 minutes daily. Kegels are great for strengthening pelvic floor muscles particularly after childbirth. 

If you’re not sure where your pelvic muscles are, you can locate them during your next ‘peeing session’. While urinating, stop the flow of urine by squeezing shut the muscles you are using. These muscles are located in your pelvic floor and they are all you need to perform Kegel exercise.

You can do Kegels anywhere at any time without anyone knowing what you’re up to. The more you do them, the more your vagina walls get tightened. And of course, that means goodbye to the nasty queefs!

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