We're all on the same page when it comes to the Passion Play. We are certain of the teases, foreplay, usage of protection, and sense of safety. But what happens once you've finished the act?
Here are some crucial things to remember after you've make love in order to stay healthy.
It's not necessary to get out of bed and into the shower right away. Men and women can avoid illnesses like urinary tract infections by gently washing their hands after making love (UTIs).
The area surrounding (not inside) your genitals should be cleaned with plain warm water. Mild soaps can be used, but they may dry up or exacerbate the area if you have sensitive skin or if you have an illness.
Bacteria and yeast flourish in warm, humid conditions. So dress in breathable underwear and apparel. Women should avoid wearing too-tight pantyhose, girdles, and panties. Cotton underwear is breathable and absorbent, making it ideal for both men and women. You could also go to bed without wearing underpants.
After a roll in the hay, remember to drink plenty of water because it's a good idea to pee. If you stay hydrated, you'll pee more, which means more bacteria will be flushed from your system before diseases manifest.
While you're having love, bacteria can enter your urethra, the tube that transfers urine from your body. This can make it more likely for you to become infected. When you pee, you wipe out those bacteria. So, before you go to the restroom, spend some time cuddling with your sweetheart. To prevent bacteria from spreading, wipe from front to back if you're a woman.
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