Urinating After S*x- Did you know that peeing (voiding or urinating) immediately after the s*xual act is very BENEFICIAL to your health. More specifically explained peeing helps you to fight infections that can endanger your physical well – being.
Few men would be good enough to say they are experts when it comes to the v*gina. Honestly, most women don’t know all that much about the topic either. Owing to the role it plays in daily activities, s*x, and babymaking, it is a body part worth understanding and keeping safe, whether you have one or not. “The v*gina is a very special place,” says Dr. Ja-Hong Kim associate professor in the Division of Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery at UCLA Urology.
Most have been warned about the danger signs of UTIs since we became sexually active, and with good reasons.
UTI’s can turn from a painful inconvenience into a serious health issue, like a kidney infection, Bladder Infections very quickly.
Prevents Ascending infections
During s*xual intercourse, there is a transfer of microbes and bacterias between the genital organs which may accumulate in the urethra predisposing you to UTI. Urinating after s*x prevents E. coli from settling into your Urethra which may ultimately cause a UTI’s like
Bladder infection (Cystitis). Urination could wash away ascending infections following coitus.
In fact, research has shown that this is one of the most common causes of urinary tract infections in women, and that is why to avoid it, experts stress the importance to urinate right after s*x.
Meanwhile, unlike men, the females have more passages, nd so ejaculation does not occur through the urethra but via the paraurethral ducts (Skene’s glands) and around the urethra thus, infections are likely to be introduced during penetration which accumulate in the urethra, but could be flushed out by urination, therefore it is recommended to void after intercourse. we are hereby Advised to urinate within 30 to 45 minutes following Sexual Intercourse .
If you’re a woman, your chance of getting a urinary tract infection, or UTI, is high; some experts rank your lifetime risk of getting one as high as 1 in 2 Bacteria from the large intestine, such as E. coli, are in the perfect position to escape the anus and invade the urethra and from there, they can travel up to the bladder sticking to the walls by the Help of its Fimbriae. If the infection isn’t treated, continue on to infect the kidneys. Women may be especially prone to UTIs because they have shorter urethras, which allow bacteria quick access to the bladder.
The use of condoms is recommended as a safe and reliable way to protect yourself from infections especially s*xually transmitted diseases that can seriously jeopardize your health and that of your partner.
Lastly remember that maintaining good personal hygiene before and after s*x is very important in order to avoid infection in the urinary tract, protect your health and enjoy total comfort of your intimate encounters. Especially for women prone to cystitis, Perineal area should be washed with clean water especially the Vulva. (Do not insert or use soap in the v*gina because it cleanses itself.)
Credits : Dr Onoh WC, MD Sandra’s Blog