Our expert says:
This is a very common phenomenon. During penetrative sex and thrusting air is also forced into the vaginal canal and then escapes during and after sex making a sound as it is expelled/escapes. As for prevention I have no advice. We need to know that it is common and instead of being embarrassed about it, see it as an expression of the pleasure and fun you and your partner have had. If you both know it is normal and that their is no reason for embarrassment you can get over it.
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