If You Urinate Just Before Making Love, This Is What It Can Do To Your Health

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If You Urinate Just Before Making Love, This Is What It Can Do To Your Health
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"Sex is more exciting on the screen and between the pages than between the sheets."- Andy Warhol

The organs in our body have very different functions uniquely designed for themselves. Two organs never work for the same function. They do various tasks by themselves. For example, reproduction and urination are two separate bodily functions, and both of them are taken care of by the same organs in our body.

We must keep our bodies healthy. And to keep it that way, we must follow certain rules of hygiene. And when it comes to the parts that literally deals with 'waste' and 'foreign contact', we can't help but be extra careful.

According to the world's leading urologist, David Kaufman, you should avoid urinating before having an intercourse and always take a piss after that.

Give this article a read and find out why it is important to follow this rule!

Say a big NO to urinating before sex.

Say a big NO to urinating before sex.

We all are aware what our genital organs deal with on a daily basis. But, did you know that if you pee before having sex, you are susceptible to bacterial infection?

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What happens if you break the rule?

What happens if you break the rule?
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Bacteria enters from the vagina to the urethra. When you urinate, the bacteria comes out. Whereas, if you don't urinate right after sex, then the bacteria may enter the bladder and cause infection.

Proven by the urologist.

Proven by the urologist.
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Urologist, David Kaufman advice, on Yahoo Health, not to piss before having sex. This is the biggest mistake women have explained so far.

Tip for preventing bacterial infection.

Tip for preventing bacterial infection.
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To prevent infection wipe your private parts from front to back. Also, wash your genitals for 100% hygiene.

Urinating after sex is a big yes!

Urinating after sex is a big yes!
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Never urinate before sex, as it has a negative health impact. But urinating after the intercourse helps a lot with the prevention.

Urinate if you feel pressure.

Urinate if you feel pressure.
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Urinate after sex, if you feel pressure and drink water to avoid dehydration.

Pre-sex ritual.

Pre-sex ritual.
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Using the diaphragm as contraceptive increases the risk of infection, as it pushes the bladder and doesn't allow complete urination.

Take the pledge to follow the rule.

Take the pledge to follow the rule.
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Say NO to peeing before, and YES to peeing after sex. Stay healthy & stay sexy.

Never hold too much pressure.

Never hold too much pressure.
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If you feel extra pressure to urinate during sexual intercourse. Go ahead and release yourself, and feel satisfied. 

Roll out good times.

Roll out good times.
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Pee a lot when you are too drunk. But, mark the rule of no pissing before sex.