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Peeing After Making Love: It's A Must

Updated on April 25, 2021

Peeing After An Intercourse

It started last January when me and my partner began to make out almost everyday and always fell asleep right after that ( kinda tired, lol). One month later, I started to feel an urge to pee every minute but whenever I do it, there's only little drops coming out. It really felt like hell!! It burns! I thought it was due to an activity like rapelling that's why I felt like this. One day have passed and still the burning feeling's there, and a little blood came out, I was afraid then thought it's UTI because they said maybe I always eat salty foods, but not that. So they told me to take a medicine (cotrimoxazole) for UTI. After 24 hrs the burning feeling has gone so I really thought it was due to salty foods, thank God. But not until one month later the urge to pee went back! I immediately took a medicine and I never went to a doctor to check what happened because I really thought it was just a UTI. Until I realized and observed that whenever my partner and I make out, and I fell asleep after without peeing, this sensation happened, but when I go to the bathroom right after, it didn't come back. Now Ive learned.

Peeing right after sex is a must for women as well as for guys. It will help wash away the bacteria that can lead to a Urinary Tract Infections. It's a natural way of refreshing the bladder to prevent bacterial growth. Bacteria can be drived by the male's penis into the urethra. The urethra is really short so the bacteria can easily get into the bladder and cause an infection. Urinary tract infections are an unlucky and hard-to-bypass side effect of having sex. The symptoms of a UTI are extremely agonizing not outside but inside, and they’re hard to conceal! Not only does it painful to pee but you have to do it every time, making you incapable to do work and have fun with your free time than run back and forth to the toilet, weeping and sweating.

All of this just signify one thing. The simplest way to deal with Urinary Tract Infections is not to catch one in the first place.

A 100% effective way to get rid of a urinary tract infection is to pee after an intercourse. Without urinating after making out, I am guaranteed a UTI within the week to follow. This is based on my personal experience as well as others. The basis for this practice is common and logical : A quick hop to the toilet after sex will flush any bacteria right from below, refreshing your system more efficiently and with less hassle. But more importantly, it actually works. Oops! Don’t worry, you don’t have to jump out of bed the moment the action ends, 15 minutes of carressing won’t break you. ; ) Shower! make sure to take a lil shower after an action, it helps maintain the entire area clean and free from any infections. I started following this regimen above about a month ago and infections didn't come back, whereas before I would get them once a month. I have an active sex life with my partner, so I need to be sure all is well sharing our activities, for hygienic purposes. Trust me, follow these tips and ask your OB-Gyne and you will have a much easier and happier time.

Good luck !


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