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Your Vagina Questions pg3

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?’

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