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Healthy Practices Every Woman Should Do After Making Love To Avoid Infections

Even if you don't feel like getting out of bed, following these healthy tips after intercourse can protect you against a variety of diseases.

In the long run, practicing proper post-intimate hygiene will help you avoid infections and bacteria that can lead to more serious health problems.

It can be tempting to skip that step and go to sleep right away, but you need to act quickly after intercourse to make sure no harmful bacteria grow, especially where you can't reach them. There are many things you can do to clean, but the following are the most important on the list.

1. Pee, even if you don't feel the need to.

During intimacy, external molecules, such as bacteria, can easily enter the urethra or urinary tube, putting you at risk for a urinary tract infection.

Even if you don't feel compelled to do so, urinating is the most effective method of eliminating these dangerous intruders. If you don't need to go, drink some water and have a short but romantic cuddle session before going to the bathroom.

2. Wash yourself.

Most of your post-coital cleansing checklist will be served by a full shower. Because your private parts will remain delicate after your actions, avoid using very hot or cold water.

3. Use a mild soap.

There is no need for anything overly scented, including feminine washes, which can harm the pH of your vaginal tube. Many of the products that are touted as a "stay cool" aid can be found in drug stores.

4. Put on new underwear and clean clothes.

You cannot be expected to realize what is going on with your clothes while being intimate with your spouse.

The bodily fluids that stain your underwear and clothes will cause bacteria to grow, so throw them in the laundry basket and replace them with fresh, new clothes.

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