Women can take a number of steps to lower their chance of contracting an illness after having intimacy.
According to Medicalnewstoday, below are ways ladies can make their private part free from infection after intimacy.
1. Urinate after intimacy
By doing this, you can remove any bacteria that may have gotten into your urethra during intimacy.
Postcoital voiding, or urinating within 15 minutes following intimate activity, has been the subject of numerous research to see whether it can lower females' risk of developing UTIs.
Many research have up till now indicated that it might be possible. According to one idea, urinating after intercourse helps clear any bacteria out of the urethra before they have a chance to cause an illness.
2. Wear cotton underwear
Because cotton is permeable, it helps to keep the genital area clean and dry and free of bacteria.
Not wearing pants allows your private part to breathe and air out, which lowers the likelihood of a yeast infection or other itchy condition. To help keep the area dry and avoid trapping moisture where unwelcome bacteria may grow, Medicalnewstoday advises using cotton pants if you choose to wear pants.
Avoid wearing clothing that is too tight because it can trap heat and moisture, which can foster bacterial growth.
3. Stay hydrated
Flushing out bacteria from the urinary system can be aided by drinking enough of water.
By increasing the production of urine, drinking water after intimacy helps maintain intimate cleanliness. In turn, this aids in the body's removal of unwanted microorganisms and the prevention of diseases.
4. Consider probiotics
Probiotics are good bacteria that can assist in preserving a balanced population of germs in the private part.
To maintain healthy private organ, probiotics are always a good idea after intimate activity. Probiotics support the growth of healthy bacteria in your private organ. Probiotics are another supplement that health professionals advise using more of since they can protect you from illnesses like bacterial vaginosis.
Get immediate treatment from a healthcare provider if you develop symptoms like burning, itching, or strange discharge. With every infection, it's critical to receive a proper diagnosis and course of treatment.
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