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Unread 05-06-2003, 09:35 PM
vaginal gas?

My TAH was 18 mos ago, I've gained some weight, and I'm not on HRT. I'm doing well except I have this "strange" gas. How do I ask this? When I "pass gas" it feels as if it's coming out of my vagina! Ok, gross I know. but don' know what this means! Anyone else experience this? I'm 45 yrs old.
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Unread 05-07-2003, 07:08 AM
Vaginal Gas?

I haven't experienced that problem but did find this post regarding the issue https://www.hystersisters.com/vb2/sho...threadid=42152

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Unread 05-07-2003, 12:49 PM
Vaginal Gas?

I too have had this problem from time to time.

I know that it can get really bad after intercourse (haven't had that prob in quite a while being as I forgot what that feels like) and after having any type of pelvic exam. I DO however have it occasionally with no type of exam.

I do not know what causes it and YES it can be embarassing, but I never really asked about it either. Your not alone.

I will have to admit that the post Kim linked almost made me hurt myself from laughing!! Still hurts to laugh so I have to get a grip!!

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Unread 05-07-2003, 02:38 PM
Vaginal Gas?

I have air that expels from my vagina quite frequently but I just assumed it was caused by my fistula. It is a hole in my vagina from my bladder. When I had my CT they mentioned a lot of air in the bladder. When I am having bladder spasms I can see the bubbles going through the cath tube. I just sit on the toliet & try to expel as much as possible. Otherwise I have no explaination.

Sorry,
Terry
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Unread 05-07-2003, 03:06 PM
Varts

Thank you, thank you, thank you for asking this question! Not only do I feel less strange, I had a great time following all the links!

Mine originate from the usual outlet only to "hole up" in the nearest available opening. Then, the poof will escape when I wiggle. Ahhh, the female anatomy. So full of fun!

When I was younger, I used to get actual varts when doing . I'd laugh so hard, they would come out in a pooty stream. And then I'd be

This board is so great for overcoming any embarrassment!
-Janet
  #6  
Unread 05-07-2003, 08:13 PM
me too

I am 16 weeks post and this air bubble thing started about 4 weeks post. I have told 3 different drs. and they just shrug their shoulders with no explanation. I'm glad that others have the same thing as I was starting to get concrned. Now I too can laugh after reading other sisters posts. Thanks for all the info we get on this website that drs. don't even know.
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Unread 05-14-2003, 02:42 PM
Vaginal Gas?

I'm not so sure that this problem is due to having a recent surgery (and that it will go away after a while). I had my surgery almost 3 years ago and am still experiencing it.

I had a dreadful time with it during my horseback riding lessons. The bouncing contact of my...er...lower region...with the saddle caused those embarassing noises. I finally developed extremely strong upper legs to keep myself from contacting too forcefully, but it still happens on occasion and I could just die when it does!

Also, I used to take karate lessons, and if I got hit too forcefully.....well, you get the idea!

I wonder if it has to do with a prolapse problem. I haven't checked this out in my own situation, but it just seems funny that it only occurs after surgery. I think I might have a prolapse myself, but I guess I've been afraid to get it corrected, since I've read that in a lot of cases, the surgery either doesn't make it better or, God forbid, makes it worse!

Hopefully, it does get better for everyone else........
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