Our expert says:
I would recommend you consulting your gynaecologist for an assessment. The phenomenon of vaginal flatulence after sexual intercourse is well known and understood.
Vaginal flatuluence occurring separate from sexual intercourse could be as a result of a fistula (connection between bowel and vagina). This could be as the result of child birth or surgery for example. Otherwise certain vaginal infections need to be ruled out too. Thus best to have your gynae examine you.
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