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I pass wind after sex. How to stop this?

Hi, This is quite embarrassing to ask. I often pass wind when I am asleep around my boyfriend and I find it horrifying as I know he hears me and I m concerned he finds me less attractive. It usually happens after sex, and even though I try to hold it in when I fall asleep it comes out! I ve tried going to the toilet after sex to let it all out before sleep but sometimes it still sneaks up on me. Aside from not having sex, is there anything I can do/ take to stop this? Or should I just speak to him about it?
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response

You can try gasex tablets, also try diet changes(avoid spicy,junk food,carbonated drinks,preserved juices etc), take small meals,drink lots of water,avoid talking while eating and don't sleep immediately after meal and try to have a walk or being upright after meal.

Hope this measures will help reduce gas formation.

Answered: Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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