By luckygirl - 13/10/2015 16:20 - Croatia - Zagreb
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You think doctors have never told women who regularly get UTI's that? It's far less likely to happen if you pee after sex, but it doesn't prevent it completely, especially in women who get them frequently. If you have sex and it only lasts 5 minutes then going to the toilet afterwards is great, but if you're at it for a while and don't stop to pee every 10 minutes, there's plenty of time for the bacteria to travel to your bladder. Please. If you don't know the basics of everybody else's genitalia you shouldn't be running your damn mouth like you do.
If it makes you feel any better, most people's first time are a bit shit. I know mine was >< I'm thinking you either got a yeast infection, like thrush, which is not uncommon to get after sex (you can get it even with condoms, it's not an STI); or a urinary tract infection, which again is not uncommon to get after having sex. Peeing after sex can help reduce the chances of getting a UTI, and as for thrush, you can get over-the-counter remedies to help with that. As for the rug burn, perhaps next time try using the bed? Hope you have better luck next time anyhow!
Safe sex is best sex
you better put some ice on that... RUG BURN!!