Five Things Women Should Not Do After S3X

WHILE you may be at your most relaxed after bonking, there are few things that you should never do straight after a sessions.

Some bonking causes the va jay jay tissues to become swollen and more likely to become infected in the aftermath – so ladies, it’s time to watch what you get up to after doing the deed.

Bonking is not just about the physical inti_macy but also about the actions before and after the act. Your behaviour means a lot to your partner and also to your health. Here are five things the doctors advised you should not do after s_ex.

1. Soaping up

While you may feel the need to ‘freshen’ up after doing the deed – make sure you don’t use soap. Lathering up your nether-regions will soapy products can cause irritation and you may even experience an allergic reaction.

When the va jay jay tissues have been lubricated, swollen, and rubbed against during bonking, it changes how that tissue reacts to the environment.Primarily, you run a much greater risk of infection.The va jay jay 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 va jay jay


2. Use the Bathroom—but Only If You Actually Have to Pe_e

You’ve probably heard that heading to the toilet pronto after bonking will help you avoid a urinary tract infection (UTI) because it rinses away E. coli bacteria. (One in five women deal with the uncomfortable infection at least once in their lives. But pe_eing ASAP as protection is largely a myth according to research. There are no large studies have shown it to have protective benefits. So if you don’t need to pee right after the deed, don’t rush to the bathroom—waiting until you actually have to go, whether it’s 20 minutes or an hour later, won’t up your risk of a UTI. Instead, stay in bed and follow the next tip.



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