When you think of s3x, chances are you think of it as an experience that brings you pleasure; s3x is definitely supposed to be enjoyable but there are a few surprising ways you may be hurting your vag!na during s3x, and some of them can happen during a romp you really enjoyed and seeing as your vag!na is kind of one of the most glorious (and important) body parts a woman has, you should be paying attention to and taking extra care of it.
You skip foreplay: “It takes women longer to get aroused than it does men, it’s just a fact of life it can take women up to 20 minutes to become aroused during foreplay so rather than jumping right into things, take your time, and don’t feel pressured to jump into intercourse until you’re good and ready because when you rush into s3x, particularly when you’re not feeling it, it can be painful and can not only make things uncomfortable but damage your vag!na as well”.
You have unprotected s3x: “Although having unprotected s3x might not seem like a huge deal when you’re in the moment, and it can be tempting when you find yourself without a condom, there’s nothing riskier than going at it unprotected; if you’re not all that acquainted with your partner and their sexual bill of health, you could wind up with a terrifying s3xually transmitted infection, or worse”.
You don’t pee after s3x: “Not peeing after sex can increase your chances of developing a UTI and UTIs are more or less the worst thing ever; so do yourself a favour and pee after s3x”.
You are getting it on with someone who’s too big: “You know how you hear “size doesn’t matter” when it comes to s3x, and enjoying s3x? Well, you might be surprised to hear that size actually can matter, that is, if your partner is working with an extra large package, and your vag!na’s on the petite side, you may need to explore different positions with your partner to find a level of comfort otherwise, you can risk tearing, irritation, inflammation, and more”.
You are stressed: “I know what you’re thinking, what do my stress levels have to do with s3x? Surprisingly, a lot, by not addressing any stress you might be dealing with before you head into the bedroom, you can neglect your libido, and suppress your s3x hormones; stress can take a toll not only on your actual intercourse but on your s3x life in general”.
You don’t clean up after s3x: “Though you know by now that your vag!na is actually an amazing self-cleaning organ, it’s still important to keep it clean after engaging in intercourse; whether you used a condom or not, you should wash away any lube, sweat, or bodily fluids that might be lingering around your in your pelvic region because if you don’t, your chances of getting a vag!nal infection go way, way up, though it’s not something that’s candidly discussed by many, knowing how to handle the post-sex cleanup ritual is very important”.

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