After having intercourse, you may feel the need to remain in bed to rest for a while until you fall asleep. However, if you don’t wash up after intimacy, you run the chance of being infected with unpleasant infections like urinary tract infections.
After having intercourse they are certain things you should avoid doing to prevent infections such as yeast infection, urinary tract infections, and other infections that are transmittable during intimacy.
Some of the things you shouldn’t do after intercourse include.
- Avoid wearing tight-fitting cloth
Don’t put on the tight-fitting cloth after intimacy, it isn’t a good idea at all.
Since there is normally an excess of bodily fluids and the friction spreads the bacteria around, it is healthy to wear a cloth that allows free drainage and air. CONTINUE READING