Despite intercourse is a great way to leverage and derive pleasure, it is important to know that there is a certain risk of disease that is associated with the intercourse. However, experts have found that adopting certain tips can help prevent infection after intercourse.
Women are prone to infections compared to men but most of them don't know. In this piece in line with a publication on "Webmd", we are going to have some looks at the ways to avoid infection after intercourse.
Empty Your Bladder
Every woman should pee after intercourse to flush infection from their body. According to a study, during intercourse, bacteria can get into your body. However, that can raise your chances of an infection. When you pee, you flush those germs out.
Drink a Glass of Water
Consuming water immediately after intercourse can help you regain your strength and enables you to pee more, which means that more bacteria will wash out of your body before infections can flare up.
Wash Your Hands
This is especially for men who touch every part of the female body including her private part during intercourse. However, try as much as possible to wash your hands after intercourse as it is the best way to get rid of bacteria you might pick up from touching your partner’s organ.
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