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Find Out Why Women Need To Urinate After Sexual Intercourse According To Health Experts

After a certain age, it is important to build a physical relationship for physical and mental health. It also happens in every husband and wife. But it is also important to take care of cleanliness while doing this. Many people do not pay attention to the importance of body hygiene after sexual intercourse due to lack of knowledge, which can lead to problems for them. So it is better to take some precautions while having sex.

Experts say that it is very important for women to urinate after sexual intercourse, but why? Find out the reason behind this.

Risk of UTIs. Urinary Tract Infections can be painful, very painful. And this condition is more common in sexually active women. So if you are confused as to why it occurs every time you have sex, know that it is because you are not peeing after sex.


It is important for women to urinate after sexual intercourse, as their urethra is smaller and they are more likely to spread bacteria. When it comes to men, the bacteria in their urine easily enter a woman's private parts during sex. Which makes it very important for women to urinate. It is also important to wash the urethra every time.


Risk of infection for women. Women are more likely to become infected after sexual intercourse, as bacteria spread to the urinary tract during this time. But urinating within 30 minutes and then cleaning the area greatly reduces the risk.


Your bladder health can directly affect your sex life. The bladder is located between your pelvic bones and is a muscular, hollow organ that expands to hold urine. Your bladder muscles relax as it fills with urine, but once it’s at full capacity, it sends signals to your brain to empty it. During sex, bacteria can enter your urethra, raising your chances of getting an infection. This is why it’s important to always pee after sex as peeing flushes out the germs.


If women experience burning sensation while urinating after sexual intercourse, do not consider it a urinary tract infection, the problem may heal on its own in 2 to 3 days, but if it feels burning for a long time, consult an expert.

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