Secure sex while traveling with the following tips!
During the travel season, if important points are ignored in the marital relationship, both men and women may have problems. For example, sexually transmitted diseases are easily transmitted, and many people with these diseases (especially genital warts) are unaware of the disease in their body and easily spread the disease throughout the community.
Meanwhile, women are more prone to urinary tract infections. In them, because the urethra is short, they often delay emptying their bladder, use contraceptives such as diaphragms, and use spermicidal gels to prevent pregnancy, which cause intestinal microbes to accumulate around the urethra, and Importantly, intestinal microbes are more easily accessible to women due to their short distance to the urinary tract and urinary system. At the same time, one of the most common causes of urinary tract infections is proximity.
During the trip, due to the unfavorable conditions, you should try to prevent urinary tract infections, because if the infection spreads from the bladder upwards and into the kidneys, the patient will need to be hospitalized. In order for women to be less likely to get a urinary tract infection while traveling after marriage, it is important to follow these tips:
Drink at least eight glasses of water a day.
Clean your front to back when using the toilet, not back to front.
Empty your bladder before and after intercourse.
If you use moisturizing gels in close contact, it should be water soluble.
?From Vaginal shower Do not use, as germs enter Vagina And have mercy.
Do not use fragrances, sprays, promotional detergents and strong soaps.
If you use a pad, change it regularly.
Before intercourse, wash the genitals with warm water.
Use cotton underwear.
Use the shower instead of the bathtub in the bathroom.
Avoid wearing tight underwear and pants.
People traveling abroad should be aware that some sexually transmitted diseases cannot be detected in the blood for up to six months after infection, and some other sexually transmitted diseases, such as genital herpes and genital warts, may spread when the patient has no symptoms. Therefore, latex condoms should be used. Of course, using a condom does not guarantee that the disease will not be transmitted, but it is effective in prevention.
Collection: Sanaz Motalebi Khamenei
Source: Dr. Salam