Vaginal Fart or Queef is one of the most embarrassing issues for sexually active women and they never admit it in public. They only talk about it to their gynacologiest, agony columnist in the news paper and online, but is this an issue women should be embarrassed about?
Health professionals says this is no health concern and women should not be embarrassed about it, since it is “common and normal” especially after sexual intercourse.
Experts say this “fart” is caused by the air pumped into a virgina by the penis during intercourse; it stays trapped until woman coughs, laughs or sits up straight, making way for air to escape.
But be careful this “fart” should not have odor of any sort, if it smells it might be a health concern quickly visit your doctor so he can run some tests.
Be truthful: in this way they will learn to be honest and will be respected for their honesty.
Respect: teach them about respect, the only way you can teach them this is if you show them respect then they will respect you in return.
Punctuality: punctuality should be learnt from small to prepare your child for the future, because when they are going to interviews and to work they will need to be on time. You can teach them about punctuality by firstly making them to be punctual when going to school so that they will have this routine of not being late.
via Huffington Post
Here’s some food for thought: It is possible to make yogurt using bacteria from a woman’s v****a, but it’s probably not a good idea.
Last August, Cecilia Westbrook, an MD/PhD student at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, decided to see if the stomach-churning idea was feasible, according to VICE.
Westbrook noted that the most common bacteria found in a healthy v**ina was lactobacillus, the same bacteria commonly found in yogurt. She figured she could easily whip up a batch of yogurt just by extracting some of her v**ina’s bacteria with a wooden spoon.
Well lovers and friends if you are looking for one more excuse to have sex this Valentine’s Day, we have something healthily interesting for you.
Babies conceived on Valentine’s Day are the least likely to suffer from Multiple Sclerosis, a leading charity has revealed.
Shift.ms says that women whose pregnancies span the summer months absorb greater vitamin D from a stronger sun – which research shows has a positive impact on immune system development.
It means, the charity says, November-born babies are far less likely to have the chronic condition compared to those born in May.
Affecting nearly 100,000 people in the UK, MS is the most common disabling neurological condition for young adults today and Shift.ms is campaigning for greater awareness of the crippling nerve condition.
George Pepper, founder of Shift.ms and diagnosed with MS nine years ago, said: ‘Our charity is aimed at young people and the forum is full of comments about how starting a family is a worry. MS is a very uncertain condition to live with, no two cases are the same and it can impact lives on completely different scales.