Fanny farts and lengthy labia? We have the answer.
|Q) ‘I queef during sex. What causes this?’||A) A yeast infection is the result of an overgrowth of yeast in the vagina, usually producing itchiness and a thick, white discharge. Sex-related moisture, such as sweat or semen, allows yeast to multiply. Anti-yeast medication can cure it, but to prevent it coming back, dry off after sex. If that doesn’t help, see your GP.|
|Q) ‘My labia are so long, they rub against my undies and it feels sore. What can I do?’|
|Q) ‘Ever since I’ve been having regular sex, I’ve had recurrent yeast infections. Why is that?’|
|Q) ‘If I go without sex for a long time, does my vagina shrink?’|