What is Fanny Fart ?
Fanny Farts also called Vaginal flatus , vaginal gases , or garrulitas vulvae (Greek garrulitas : trill, gab, chatter)is the name given to the expelled gases from the vaginausually during the sexual act , which make them small and big lips vibrate. It usually has no odor, unless the woman has vaginal discharge. The noise produced resembles those of ordinary flatulence . Because the vagina does not have a sphincter like the anus, the woman can not control the air outlet. This can also happen when you perform a great physical effort, such as in gymnastics .
What causes fanny farts ?
The vagina tends to increase in size from 10 to 15 cm after intercourse
The vaginal ventosities, in most cases, are caused by a loss of muscle tone in the vaginal walls. During the excitement, penetration, or exercise, the muscles of the vagina contract and stretch, which facilitates the entry of air into the vagina. Unlike the anus, the vagina does not have a sphincter to contract it and prevent the dreaded vent.
Vaginal flatulence happens more often to women who have had many births, or those who have lost muscle mass due to some disease or the passage of time . There have been cases in young women but it is not the most usual. The weakness of the musculature can produce a constant contraction and expansion of the vaginal walls that produce these ventosities.
Unlike anal flatus, vaginal flatus usually has no odor and if present, may be an indication that the woman may have some infection . The noise produced by the gases is similar to those produced by the anus (flatulence). Is that, considering that the female genital organ does not have sphincter as the anus, the woman can not control the exit of the air. When a great physical effort is made, like gymnastics, the outflow of flatus by the female genital organ can also happen.