Do these things right after sex to ensure that your reproductive health stays in tip top condition all year round! Plus, they’re really easy to do and don’t take much time.
Want to prevent urinary tract infections from happening? Always remember to pee just after sex.
During sex, sometimes the bacteria from the anal region can end up near the vaginal and urinary tract area so be sure to pee right after sex to prevent the bacteria from spreading and reaching your bladder.
Check For Discharge
After sex, be sure to check for vaginal discharge.
Oddly coloured discharge could be a sign of infection or bleeding so make it a point to check right after sex and monitor your vaginal discharge afterwards.
Check The Condom, If You're Using One
Whether you’ve been with a new partner recently or with your current partner for so long, it’s never a bad thing to practice safe sex.
So, be sure to check the condom right after sex if you’re using one. Check for tears or breaks in the condom and be sure to dispose of it properly.
What’s more, checking the condom can help prevent possible pregnancy scares.
Cleanse Your Vagina
We’re not saying you have to do a douche (we’d never recommend this!), but wipe the outside of your vagina with a wet wipe that’s suitable for sensitive areas.
Remember to wipe from front to back to prevent UTIs from happening.
Get Tested If It's A New Partner
If you’ve recently slept with a new partner, make it a point to get tested so you stay safe and protect yourself.