Most ladies always want to have an orgasm during sex. There are alot a stories of people experiencing ‘strange’ feeling. Today we want to find out if passing gas during orgasm is normal.
When you climax, the muscles around your genitals – including the sphincter muscle – relax, so it’s not unusual for a little gas to escape, says Millicent Comrie, M.D., founder and medical director of the Long Island College Center for Women’s Health in Brooklyn.
But even before orgasm, the in-and-out motion may trigger gas because the penis rubs against the anus through the vaginal wall, she says.
If it happens frequently and is embarrassing, take an over-the-counter anti-gas medication that contains simethicone before having sex, she says.
So now you know how normal it is to pass gas during an orgasm but please do not forget to take an anti-gas medication if it is that frequent.