We have read so many things that are advising
what to do Before & During Sex !!!
...You know what to do before and in between...
Here's what you should do AFTER !!!
1. Go to the bathroom ONLY if its really needed.
Some believe that urinate after sex helps prevent urinary tract infections because it gets rinsed from all those harmful bacteria (so called E-coli) that sometimes they gather in the urethra during sexual intercourse (one in five women will suffer this kind of infection at least once in her life, according to the American Institute of Renal Research).
Of course, the protective properties of urination straight after sex, is nothing but a huge myth according to Lauren Streicher, a professor of obstetrics and gynaecology at the Medical Department of the University Feinberg in Chicago.
Streicher stresses, that no significant research has demonstrated that urine have protective properties. Therefore, unless you actually need to go, there is no need to run straight to the toilet after the action.
Don't worry, you will NOT be more vulnerable to infections if you go 1/2 hour later. Instead, stay in bed and follow the next tip.
2. Make a recap of all that took place earlier- and then assess the strong points.
If sex was good, try to think: what exactly was it that made it so good ?
Then say to your partner, which moves and touches you enjoyed the most, while its still fresh in your mind.
"Now it is the best time to talk about them! It might be a bit inconvenient if you mention it later, without any reason," advises Kristen Carpenter, professor of psychology, psychiatry and gynaecology at Ohio State University.
There is something else that can improve your relationship: this research showed that couples who after sex, do hugs, caresses and so on… enjoy better sex life and a stronger romantic relationships in general.
3. Spot possible (persistent) discomforts.
During sex you might feel any pain, as a result either because you are not at all wet down there either due to constipation and muscle spasms, says Streicher.
But if the pain is persistent and you feel it every time you have sex, its not so normal , especially if the discomfort lasts several hours and is not proportional to the intensity of the foreplay. In this case you should definitely make an appointment with your gynaecologist, in order to rule out more serious problems.