Being in my second trimester, I've read volumes about the so-called danger of air embolisms caused by blowing air into the vagina during oral sex. Now, I can't imagine I'm part of an elite few who have had the somewhat embarrassing, occasional "vaginal farts" during or after sex. What do you suppose is the risk of the infamous air embolism occurring from simply getting air forced into the vagina from your basic act of intercourse?
My boyfriend has not been coming during vaginal sex. I finally asked him if we hadn't given him enough recovery time between go-rounds and he said yes. Thing is, it happens when we haven't had sex in a day or so. I want to let him be the expert on his own penis, but I also worry that he's not telling me about a problem. Read more »