Women: Do These 6 Things After Sex

3. Go to the toilet
If you’ve had intercourse without a condom, you’ll probably already feel like letting the semen fall out, but it’s also useful to pee after sex to flush out any other sex-related liquids, and can also help protect you against urinary tract infections. Peeing is extra important if you’ve engaged in anal sex. While your vagina is okay with semen and even a partner’s urine, any small out of poop can cause a UTI. It is important to note though that it’s always best to pee when you actually need to — and that it doesn’t make any difference if you pee two minutes, 20 minutes or an hour after sex.

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