To Pee Or Not To Pee, That Is The Question (Before Sex). Are You Doing It Right?
For women, there are a lot of risks that come with having sex -- and we're not just talking about STDs and pregnancy, either. Even if you're in a great relationship or having sex with a trusted partner, there's still a risk that women must contend with each and every time they're in the act: A urinary tract infection.
Though they're highly treatable, UTIs can lead to some pretty unpleasant side effects. So while most people would feel compelled to pee before sex, the following information makes a pretty good case for peeing after. Learn more about how peeing before sex can make your next bathroom visit uncomfortable below.
There's a misconception that you should pee before having sex.
All that pressure when you get going can't be good for your bladder, right?
Actually, going before you have sex is not the best idea.
If you pee before sex, you risk getting a urinary tract infection.
Why? Well, when you have sex, you're pushing a lot of bacteria down towards your bladder, which can lead to some nasty infections.
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