Queefing everytime during sex? Is this a sign of a loose vagina?

Everytime my boyfriend and I have sex anymore, I queef. It doesn't matter what position we're in. In missionary it happens less, but it still happens. It happens at least once or twice everytime I ride him. And it doesn't happen during sex in doggy style, but after he pulls out, It's really loud and I can't fucking stop it.. it makes me feel like there's something wrong with my vaginal tone because I've been sexually active for 2 years now and the queefing everytime has just been recently. Don't get me wrong, it happened in the past, but not nearly as much as it happens now. What could be going on? I've been looking all over the internet. I know that queefs happen to all girls at some point but it shouldn't be happening everytime I have sex and certainly not in every position I try. I read online that it could be caused by weak pelvic floor and weak vaginal muscle tone.. could that be the problem or am I just looking into this too much? Please help me? Do any other girls queef everytime they have sex? Why is this happening to me? I try to do kegels everyday and even if I don't, I have regular sex and orgasms frequently which should help with muscles down there. What could be causing all this queefing during and after sex everytime?
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  • Completely normal, completely natural, and absolutely freakin hot!!! If the two of you can't laugh it off and get completely turned on again by it then you have an issue. As long as you both enjoy each other and can satisfy each other's needs don't sweat it. If you feel the need to see the doctor, go ahead, but don't expect to hear anything different than what you already know. Your body just naturally acts that way, your old man should consider himself lucky in my book!!!

    • I know it's normal. And it doesn't affect my sex life. My boyfriend is aware of what it is and isn't bothered at all. But I'm just worried because it never really used to happen and now here recently, it happens all the time. What could've changed? Do you think my vagina feels looser to my boyfriend now than it used to? Sorry, I just read online that queefing during sex can be caused by weak pelvic floor or weak vaginal muscles. And it never happened to me before until recently and I've been sexually active for 2 years now. What could've changed? I'm still with the same guy I was with 2 years ago.

    • It's good you're being proactive. The kegels certainly can't hurt but I seriously doubt you 'feel' any different to your old man. As long as he gets his, I doubt he has any issue with how you feel. I'm not a doctor but my guess is in certain positions, and with the level of comfort the two of you share, your body is probably more relaxed and takes in air more now than it used to. If I were your old man I would suggest that your vagina need multiple daily inspections and plenty of oral interactions just to be on the safe side, lol ;)

  • We know what causes it--- Air is trapped inside the vagina and is then forced out. When you are aroused, the vagina expands, enlarging the pocket available for trapping air making the queef more likely. Finger and hand play is more likely to introduce air into you as well. Since you are doing kegels rather regularly, your pelvic floor muscles should be in decent shape. Consider a trip to the OB-Gyn for a quick, painless exam of the condition of your muscles down under.

    • Queefing is normal, i get it. But I'm with the same guy who took my virginity two years ago and I only queefed occasionally back then. It's everytime now and I don't know why it happens so frequently now unless I've gotten loose?

    • Sexual activity will loosen the vagina bit, a big bit if you've delivered a baby. That said, it would seem more logical from a physiological standpoint that the tight muscles would be more likely to push out the captured air in a single shot that you could hear. If the vagina is really loose, I would think that the air would do something more like seep out rather than come out in a loud, queefy burst.

    • Okay. That makes sense. I do kegels when i remember to. It's everyday, but it's close. And I have sex/orgasms pretty much everyday which supposedly helps exercise the muscles as well. But I didn't use to queef hardly at all. So does that mean that my vagina is better now or worse or do you think it still feels pretty much the same to my boyfriend now as it did?

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  • I personally don't think there is anything wrong with your vagina. I am sure if this was available when I was your age I would probably question my vagina as well.

    Anyway I think it's because your boyfriend is trying to fuck you like a jackhammer. It's pushing air in. I have had it happen to me that it actually caused very bad pain and cramps.

    • The thing is, I love getting fucked like that. I love it rough and the queefing along with rough sex was never an issue until here recently, which is why I think it's a problem with the space in my vagina..

  • After I had sex w a black guy now every time my boyfriend has sex w me it queefs really loud but my boyfriend Is only 8inches, will I hate bein w my boyfriend. Now I haven't had a orgasm. I love donte first guy that made me cum lol It was so good I painted his big black dick white lol

  • It is because air is getting inside. You can know if your vagina is loose just by inserting a finger inside yourself, come on now.

    • Yes queefing is normal, i get it. But I'm with the same guy that took my virginity two years ago and I didn't start queefing everytime we had sex until here recently. I. just read online that it happens more to girls woth a weak pelvic floor or weak vaginal muscles. And im only 18 and I do kegels and have sex/orgasms frequently. I just don't know what is causing the queefing everytime I have sex because I certainly didn't do this everytime I had sex a year or 2 ago.

    • I think there's nothing wrong with you. I used to queef all the time with this one guy and there was so much friction between us during sex. You can feel if you were loose, you wouldn't feel anything and it wouldn't feel good your walls weren't in contact with his penis. It was because he was either doing something to let the air in, I really don't know. I was eighteen too.

    • Okay. Thank you. Maybe I'm just over thinking it.

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  • Sex sometimes results in awkward thrust angles, etc. Air goes in; Air must come out.

    The only thing wrong is that the sex was fun, but you got packed full of air.

    • Okay but this literally happens everytime I have sex and every position I do. Keep in mind that I've been with the same guy for 2 years. He took my virginity. And it was rare for me to queef up until here recently. I don't know what could going wrong with my vagina. I guess it feels loose to him..

  • Nah. It just means air had gotten up there

  • Sounds like he's just trapping air in there. It happens. If your worried start doing kegels.

    • If you would read my question, I clearly state that I do fucking kegels and have sex regularly and have orgasms frequently which should help with that. Does queefing all the time in every position mean that I feel loose on him? This never used to happen until recently.

    • Lmfao no it doesn't mean you feel loose. Shit changing positions can do it. Do you change positions a lot?

    • No. It literally happens in just one position. And during doggy I feel relieved because I think I'm gonna have sex without a queef like it used to be, but then he pulls out and it sounds like a massive fucking fart and I can't stop it. It never used to happen and I'm with the same guy who took my virginity. It never used to happen. I've read online that it could be weak muscles but I dotn understand how I could have weak muscles at 18 when I'm literally dojng kegels and having sex regularly. It happens everytime now and it didn't use go ever happen. What is wrong with me?

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  • Lmao queefing? I'm fucking done with this entire dictionary of bullshit

  • Don't worry, That's just air

  • No no no. Queefing is caused my the buildup of air and/or liquids in the vagina that needs to be released. It's not a bad thing, maybe just uncomfortable. It's completely normal

    • Okay. But this is the only guy I've been with. He took my virginity two years ago and I only queefed very very rarely. Now, just here recently, I queef everytime during sex. In every position we try besides doggy. And even after doggy, I let out a huge queef after he pulls out. I literally can't stop it and it makes me feel like my vagina has gotten looser or maybe my muscle tone in my vagina is bad now despite doing kegels and frequent sex/orgasms.. What could be wrong with my vagina?

    • Nothing it's working as it should!! To help or prevent it from happening is to lay on your stomach during changing positions and push out a little to queef before hand and also push while he is sticking in

    • But this never used to happen to me before. And im literally with the same guy. Why didn't it happen before and now it happens every time?

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  • that sounds sexy as hell to me! lol

  • I didn’t use to queef at all during sex during previous one night stands or at the beginning of my 8 year relationship but now do every time. I don’t think it’s abnormal but it does still make me very self conscious. We are probably just more relaxed now and so the sex is more “natural” and how it should be as opposed to trying to attract a mate and trying to put on your best show..

  • Best answered by a gyno since we are not medical docs here.

    • You're right and if I had the option, I would much rather go to a doctor. But unfortunately, I'm still on my mom and dad's insurance and I can only go to the doctor when I'm physically sick because we dont have the money to go to the doctor unless we're actually sick.

    • I'm sure it's nothing serious but I've wonder if its because your opening is just very stretched out.

    • As far as I know, all medical insurance plans are now required to give women one ob-gyn exam a year plus mammograms or periodic basis.

  • Not loose but he probably is thicker than past guys and creates a better fit trapping air

    • he's really the only guy I've had sex with though. He took my virginity two years ago and I've queefed with him before, but it was pretty rare up until here recently and now it happens everytime we have sex. It happens during sex even.. I don't know what this could mean about my vag..

    • Then maybe you’re just adjusting to his size creating a better seal, it’s really no big deal and I doubt it bothers him, it may even stop one day on it’s own, peoples bodies change

    • So if I'm adjusting to his body and "creating a better seal", does that mean that I probably feel tight on him? I don't know what you mean by creating a better seal, I'm sorry.

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