Before I begin I just wanted to say thanks. Everyone has been really helpful and informative:) Sorry if I've been asking too many questions.
Just recently I orgasmed by rubbing my G-spot for the first time. As I've said before in another topic, my G-spot is really really close to my vaginal entrance. Like half it is outside and the other half is barely inside my vagina. Less than a centimeter above it is my urethra. Occasionally I would accidentally start rubbing my urethra instead of my g-spot. I was very wet up to this point. So I was kinda like rubbing my wetness all over my urethra (not purposely). After I was done, I used the restroom and washed up. Is it possible that I can get a UTI, even if I peed and washed up afterwards? I'm always wet anyways (not necessarily because I'm horny) and I've never gotten a UTI from that so am I just being paranoid?
[ 06-13-2012, 04:23 AM: Message edited by: Emily Z. ]
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Many kinds of sex can present a chance of getting a UTI, including the kind of solo sex you had. The way you wash your body after sex probably won't influence your chance of picking up a UTI. However, it's sound to always wash your hands before engaging in solo sex.
There are lots of other things we can do to decrease our chances of picking up UTIs, and those are outlined in the article: Out, Out Damn UTI!. If you find yourself experiencing any of the symptoms detailed in that article, I'd get yourself to a doctor ASAP. UTIs are very common, and easily treated - the treatment is usually a round of a specific class of antibiotics that tends to do the job and provide relief very quickly.
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