I know you're supposed to go to the bathroom before and after sex. Well if you go to the bathroom and pee before sex then chances are you wont have to pee after sex, sex doesnt last long enough for you to have to go to the bathroom again. Well how do you urinate if you have nothing to pee out? Thanks, Adrienne
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Well, sex really CAN last for a while--you've gotta remember foreplay and lying around afterwards and all that.
Also, ever noticed how after you masturbate you have to pee afterwards? (maybe i'm generalizing, but this is the case for me.) Sex (esp. intercourse, but other kinds too) tend to poke around the bladder a lot, and make muscles around it contract &c.
So, it's not usually a problem to go both before and after sex.
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Also, keep in mind that urine isn't something that's produced instantaneously. Your body is pretty much constantly producing it, so your bladder is rarely completely empty. You're right, you may not feel that "Oh my gosh, I've got to go right NOW or I am absolutely going to burst!" feeling, but you should still be able to go.
quote:Originally posted by The1andonlyAmber: And I never go before, Should I be?
Yup. Peeing before and after sex and intercourse can lower your risk of getting a Urinary Tract Infection. During sex, bacteria can enter your urethrea, and peeing will take care of that bacteria and rinse your urethrea.
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