There are many things we do before sex to make a better experience, but we never do anything after, that can actually save us from a lot of unpleasantness.

Here are:


1#.Take a pee

The vagina has the ability to store bacteria due to its moisture and warm nature. Kelly states that it takes only ten minutes for you to catch a UTI hence she advises that you pee within thirty minutes after sex. Urine is sterile and will help wash away some of the germs that may be lurking down there.

2#.Avoid Soap Down There

Not just after sex (although your vagina is particularly sensitive then), but always: don’t wash with soap. Your vagina is a self-cleaning organism and using soaps, douches or other products can interfere with its delicate pH levels. Soap can also lead to irritation and dryness – in fact, as a rule of thumb, if you wouldn’t put it in your mouth, don’t put it near your vagina. After sex (and always), rinse only with warm, clean water.

3#.Soak In The Bathtub

Besides making you feel like the pampered sex queen that you are, adding extra virgin coconut oil to a warm bath can help hydrate the skin of the outer vagina and sooth any vaginal swelling or irritation that occurs after doing the deed Again, this reduces your risk of infection.

4#.Wipe Your Self

During penetrative sex, bacteria can be introduced into your vagina. It’s warm and moist inside there, which is the perfect environment for bacteria to multiply. If you don’t want to end up with a painful bladder infection, pee within an hour of having sex, which helps to flush out your vagina. And of course, wipe from front to back to avoid fecal contamination.

5#.Avoid Wet Wipes

While it might be appealing to swipe yourself clean using wet wipes, the chemicals and fragrances can irritate your sensitive genital area, especially after sex. If you want to use something other than plain water to clean up, try mixing a little vinegar with warm water. Vinegar is cleansing and won’t disrupt your body’s pH levels. Dry gently afterward.

6#.Use Blow Dryer

This will be surprising to some of you a lot of women are using a blow dryer to dry their vagina. Some doctors suggest that it can be useful especially for the women prone to Urinary Tract Infection and Vaginal Mycosis, but you have to be very careful when you use a blow dryer.

There is a risk of overdoing it, make sure that the inner part of vagina remains moist. The best way to use it is by washing your vagina with warm water and then use the dryer in the cold air setting.

7#.Ditch The Lingerie

Most types of lingerie are made from non-breathable fabrics like nylon or polyester. Slap them on after sex, and you’re creating the perfect environment for germs to grow. Remember, your vagina is warm and damp after getting down, and that’s when bacteria is likely to thrive, especially when trapped by non-breathable materials. Go commando or stick to cotton undies so your nether regions can breathe free.

8#.A Glass Of Water

If you’ve ever had great sex, you know it’s practically a workout. And, after any workout, it’s wise to hydrate. Chug a couple of glasses of water straight after sex to hydrate you and keep UTI-causing bacteria away from your bladder. Bonus!

9#.Eat Probiotic-Rich Foods

Yogurt and other fermented foods have the same good bacteria that are found in the vagina, Getting into the habit of snacking on these foods after sex can help to replenish the body’s good bacteria, helping to decrease your risk of yeast infection.

10#.Note Your Discomfort During Sex

Sometimes, sex can be painful or uncomfortable for a woman. It is therefore important for you to keep a note of when this happens. There are multiple reasons why sex can be painful for women. The most common reason is vagina dryness. Constipation or muscle spasm can also be responsible; just as deep penetration can also make sex painful, especially if your partner isn’t hard enough. If you regularly feel discomfort during sex, it is better to consult a doctor.

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