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    Hi,

    For quite some time now I've had this problem; whenever I go to the toilet for a wee straight after sex it really burns. After the first time I've been for a wee sex I'm completely fine again - no pain. I've never had an STI and this is still the case as confirmed in the last month.

    Does anybody have any ideas what would be causing this? Anybody else have the same problem?

    Thanks
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    use some lube xxx
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    Thanks for the response, lube itself doesn't seem to be the problem. Sex itself doesn't hurt, just when I go to the loo after it. :s
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hi,

    For quite some time now I've had this problem; whenever I go to the toilet for a wee straight after sex it really burns. After the first time I've been for a wee sex I'm completely fine again - no pain. I've never had an STI and this is still the case as confirmed in the last month.

    Does anybody have any ideas what would be causing this? Anybody else have the same problem?

    Thanks
    Take a trip to your doctor to get checked out.

    x
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    What's causing it is probably urethral irritation from the rubbing motion in sex. I can't really for sure though. You can introduce bacteria into the urethra from your vagina during sex as well - I don't know if that is your problem (it may be if you are getting lasting UTI symptoms after having sex) but even if it isn't you might want to start:

    - Emptying your bladder before having sex. Not like.. the very second before, that would be a bit of a mood killer, but if you think you might end up having sex.. maybe try to go for a wee before you go to your man

    - Using a lot of lube when you are having sex.

    - Drinking more water, particularly at times when you are sexually active.

    - Going for a wee after having sex, this can just help to wash out anything that may have gotten into the urethra, such as vaginal bacteria or your boyfriend's *** (if you don't use condoms). Also just gently cleaning out any *** that is up in your lady chute. Just use water. It may be that lingering *** is causing irritation to your urethra, if you like to leave it for a bit, some people do.

    - If you are using "douching" products, that is some kind of soapy liquid meant to keep your vagina clean, then stop using them. Water is fine, and douching is probably more likely to irritate you and cause you problems.


    I don't know if any of those will help you, but they might be worth a try if you aren't doing them already. I think some girls can just be unlucky and have to be more careful than others. I myself used to and still sometimes get the same irritation you are talking about after sex, I haven't found a cure-all but I find those things (particularly more lube) are helpful.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    What's causing it is probably urethral irritation from the rubbing motion in sex. I can't really for sure though. You can introduce bacteria into the urethra from your vagina during sex as well - I don't know if that is your problem (it may be if you are getting lasting UTI symptoms after having sex) but even if it isn't you might want to start:

    - Emptying your bladder before having sex. Not like.. the very second before, that would be a bit of a mood killer, but if you think you might end up having sex.. maybe try to go for a wee before you go to your man

    - Using a lot of lube when you are having sex.

    - Drinking more water, particularly at times when you are sexually active.

    - Going for a wee after having sex, this can just help to wash out anything that may have gotten into the urethra, such as vaginal bacteria or your boyfriend's *** (if you don't use condoms). Also just gently cleaning out any *** that is up in your lady chute. Just use water. It may be that lingering *** is causing irritation to your urethra, if you like to leave it for a bit, some people do.

    - If you are using "douching" products, that is some kind of soapy liquid meant to keep your vagina clean, then stop using them. Water is fine, and douching is probably more likely to irritate you and cause you problems.


    I don't know if any of those will help you, but they might be worth a try if you aren't doing them already. I think some girls can just be unlucky and have to be more careful than others. I myself used to and still sometimes get the same irritation you are talking about after sex, I haven't found a cure-all but I find those things (particularly more lube) are helpful.
    Thanks so much for the advice, I already do a couple of the things mentioned but will definately try the others to see if they help.
 
 
 
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