"Sexual intercourse" is the contact between individuals involving penetration, especially the insertion of a man's erect penis into a woman's vagina, typically culminating in orgasm and pleasure. Each person’s definition of a good sex life is different, and while some people are perfectly fine to rarely have sex, others prefer to have it multiple times a day. There’s no limit to the amount of sex anyone can have, but there are some physical issues that might leave you a little, uncomfortable for some days for having too much sex. In this article, we are going to educate ourselves on some effects of having too much sex.
1.Increased risk of bladder and vaginal infections.
One unpleasant, possible side effect of too much sex is an increase in the risk of bladder and vaginal infections. Bodily fluids can knock your vagina’s natural pH levels out of whack, making you more susceptible to infection.
2. Dehydration and Exhaustation
According to researchers, due to the fact that sex is a strenuous exercise, of which one round of sex has been equated to 30 minutes of jogging, having sex repeatedly without adequate hydration could lead to dehydration and exhaustion. It is advised that drinking plenty of water after sex is a good way to avoid dehydration.
A penile fracture is a rare and alarming injury that may occur during sexual intercourse. A penile fracture is a tear in the tunica albuginea. The tunica albuginea is the rubbery sheath of tissue below the skin that allows the penis to increase in width and length to produce a firm erection. Sometimes the erectile tissue beneath the tunica albuginea also ruptures. That's known as the corpus cavernosum. So technically, It is a rupture in the two areas of the penis responsible for erections: the corpora cavernosa and the penile sheath. This injury can cause long-lasting damage to a man’s sexual and urinary function, it is important to seek emergency medical attention.
A swollen vulva is a common symptom of vaginitis, which is an inflammation of the vagina. This is mostly caused by not enough lubrication during sexual intercourse or too much friction during sexual intercourse, and this could cause vaginal itching. If this is the case, symptoms will probably improve by simply avoiding sex for a few days.
5. Vagina Dryness
This happens when you feel pain, sore or discomfort during sex. Basically, after too much sex, your body loses the ability to produce as much moisture as it did when you first started, and this might be because your body has experienced too much prolonged contact or penetration. When this happens, tiny micro-tears in the vagina can occur, which can be seriously painful.
Sex should be enjoyed not endured. You should be regularly checking in with your partner and yourself to ensure that the amount of sex you’re having is what you’re both happy with.
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