These Are The Three Things You Should Never Do After Sex

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In the immediate sweaty aftermath of a soul-shattering orgasm filled sex session with your partner you probably feel about as good as you’ll ever feel, ever. 

Depending on the positioning, in the seconds which follow climax you probably shatter into the bed sheets similar to how the statue of a dictator drops motionlessly to the ground at the time of a revolt.

Unlike a dictator in such situations, you probably feel great – exhausted but great and fulfilled, but if you’re a woman then there are a lot of things you probably shouldn’t do – and here are three of the biggies, according to the Daily Star.

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#1 Do not wash yourself clean

You’d probably expect that shortly after sex is the time when your genitals need to be cleaned the most but don’t be fooled into thinking this way.

Feel free to use water to wash yourself clean, but never use soap. After a vigorous session of sex your vagina can be quite easily irritated if you use soap or shower gel. Hell, you can even experience an allergic reaction if you’re really unlucky.

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As gynaecologist Leslie E. F. Page explains:

The vagina is a self-cleaning organ, and needs to be treated very, very gently—if you wouldn’t put it in your mouth, you shouldn’t put it in or around your vagina.

Now although I get what Leslie is saying, I think that’s a bad example. Although I don’t technically have a vagina there are plenty of things that I would put in my mouth that I would certainly not put in my hypothetical vagina. Tangfastics for example. Those sugary bastards would certainly bring out some bacterial mess.

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#2 Do not forget to pee

Although in the tiresome hour which follows great sex all you want to do is dose off against the naked body of your partner, fuck buddy, or friend, you should definitely go for a wee relatively soon after the climatic pounding.

Why’s that, I hear you ask? Because having a wee after sex helps push out any bacteria that may, or may not, have been pushed into your vagina during the act.

Robert Wool, M.D of gynaecology, said:

Sex can result in post-intercourse bladder infections. You can have some snuggle time, just empty your bladder within an hour of sex.

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#3 Never share a hot bath together

I get it. It sounds romantic. You’ve just pleasured one another (hopefully) and reached the glorious heights of climax. What could be better than running a hot deep bath and hopping in it together? A lot of things actually.

Getting in a hot bath after sex can do some bad things for your vagina.

As Leslie explains:

When your vulva swells in response to sexual stimulation, it reveals the opening of the vagina, which means you have a greater chance of infection.

If you’re in a hot tub with your partner, that means you’re exposed to the bacteria on his skin and anus.

Also, extensive water exposure reduces the efficiency of your skin’s antimicrobial barrier.

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So yeah – when you’re vulva has swelled and you’re at a high risk of infection, don’t go increasing your chances of bacterial infection by jumping in a hot bath.

Essentially you should just go for a wee and dose off into the tranquil realms of post orgasmic bliss.


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