The art of having better sex - Clean Edition
by Dr. Diksha Tiwari on Oct 27, 2021
It is easy to forget about cleanliness when you are in the moment but you should concentrate on it before, during and after sexual intercourse. It is of utmost importance that both the male and female who are involved in sexual intercourse should maintain some kind of extra precautions when it comes to hygiene. Poor hygiene can lead to infections which may ultimately lead to serious health concerns.
There are a number of ways and regimens through which you can keep your private parts clean but there are some basic ones that are mandatory and should be followed by both men and women. They are -
- Learn about your body - Your partner cannot read your mind. So experiment with self-pleasure to learn about your body. But you also need to make sure that the ways in which you are seeking self-pleasure to understand your body well should all be the hygienic ways.
- Avoid Douching - A lot of health experts warn against vaginal douching. Douching is basically a method to wash the vagina. It is said to increase the risk of infections, pregnancy complications, and a lot of other problems. These things happen because douching distresses the natural balance of bacteria that protects the vagina. So, it’s best to skip the douche after sex as your vagina can clean itself naturally.
- Wash your genitals the right way - Men also should take care to dry their genitals after bathing, swimming or sweating. It is always recommended to wash up before an intercourse. For uncircumcised men, pull back the foreskin and wash the glans with warm water. Wash the inner skin of the foreskin, which is susceptible to bacteria and dead cells, body fluids.
- Wash your hands - Both the partners should thoroughly wash their hands and specially nails before and after sex to prevent the transfer of germs to the genitals.
- Trim your genital hair - It is important to understand that pubic hair holds a lot of importance. It is believed that it adds comfort during intercourse. Therefore, you don't need to go bare down there. Although it is a personal hygiene preference, pubic hair and armpit hair hold pheromones which attract people towards each other.
- Always use a condom - Many common sexual practices involve skin tearing and bleeding. These include vaginal and anal sex. If you choose to get engaged in either or both of these activities then you should definitely use a condom. A lot of these tears are tiny but even microscopic openings can lead to STDs. you don't always need to see blood to realise that you're in trouble. Condoms should be used in all sexual activities.
- Avoid wearing tight clothes - Whether we are talking about underwear or pants, you should avoid wearing anything that is too tight. Tightness down there can affect fertility and also can cause infection due to overheating like jock itch. It is important to wear supportive clothes during sports but you should always wash after the sports activity in order to stay hygienic.
- Avoid sex during menstruation - Although it is totally safe to have sex during your menstruation cycle, it is recommended to avoid it just because of the simple reason that things can go a little messy. You can avoid getting involved in intercourse to avoid embarrassment and bad odour during the first two days of the cycle.
- Communicate with your partner - Communication between sexual partners is a big part of sexual hygiene. It may be a little uncomfortable but talking about sexual health issues and STDs from the start is only going to help you in the long run. Taking about using protection and using it correctly can lead to a healthy relationship and better sex.
- Empty your bladder after sex - The idea behind this practise is that bacteria can get into your urethra during sex which increases your risk of infection. The urethra is the tube that carries urine out of the body. But peeing right after sex helps flush those germs, if any, out before they can travel up to the bladder. Moreover, drinking a glass of water after sex may be a good idea.
- Check Yourself - It is a healthy practice to check your penis and testicles for any irregularities. In case you find any kind of bump, redness, sores, blisters, and/or warts, you should bring that to the attention of your doctor.
Changes down there can indicate STDs, cancer or other serious problems like penis curve. Although it is common for the penis to curve slightly to the left or right when it is erect, but if you have a more significant arch which is causing you pain or difficulty during sex, you should immediately tell your doctor about it. These can sometimes be the symptoms of “Peyronie's disease."
You should talk to your doctor openly and should tell the minutest of details about your sexual history.
For a healthy penis you must check yourself.
These were some of the tips we wanted to share for you to have more awareness of sexual hygiene so that you can have better sex.
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