Been queefing a lot

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I'm 18 and I've been queefing a lot. I've read that it usually happens during sex, but I am not sexually active. I don't masturbate, don't do yoga. It happens to me anytime, whether I'm walking or sitting. By a lot, I mean everyday. It's happened 10 times in a day before, so yeah, that gets embarrassing. Does anyone else have this problem? What could it be?

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    This can actually happen due to passing gas. Unfortunately for women, the gas can actually come forward and enter the vagina and cause what you're describing. You might not even notice. For a few days try to take note of when you pass gas and when the queefing takes place and see if there's any correlation.

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      air is like water... It is going to take the easiest route to get wherever it can go. Clothing can play a large part in this. So when you break wind, instead of going out through your clothing it can move forward and go into your vagina. At some point in your life I'm sure you've broke wind and it feels like a bubble moving up your butt crack. That's not uncommon. it just means that the air is having a hard time getting through your clothing so it is taking the easier route which is up your crack. It can also come forward and go into your vagina. This can happen even easier when you are in a sitting position. and this has absolutely nothing to do with whether or not you've ever had sex.

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      No, but I've been married twice and have had very open and candid conversations with both, especially my second wife whom I'm still married to. Both women have told me about this happening to them. so when I read your post it immediately took me back to those conversations. ...

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      I don't have a clue as to how you dress, but try to wear loose clothes; that will help to let your nether regions 'breathe'. And cotton undergarments would be my suggestion (not snug). See if that helps with your issue.

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