NCBI ROFL: Flaturia: passage of flatus at coitus. Incidence and pathogenesis.

By ncbi rofl | June 17, 2009 6:43 pm

“We present 18 women who under normal conditions had fecal and flatus control. They leaked flatus only during coitus.” Written by Shafik A, Shafik IA, El Sibai O, and Shafik AA, raising the question of whether flaturia runs in families…?

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