Sex

Posted by Jesse wasonga

I have been in a serious relationship with a certain lady, usually after an affair with me she complains of some urinary tract infection issues, her system itches and when she takes some antibiotics the issue goes away, and she becomes normal, this re-occers each time when we have an affair, personaly I have never had any problems with my system or any sign of UTI so she claims am the carrier of the bacteria... Is this really possible.....
And to be sincere this does not happen to other girls have dated.

JESSE OGOMBE WASONGA
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Hello there,

Thank you for showing concern about your gal’s health, it clearly show that you care.

Sex is a common cause of UTIs in women because sexual intercourse introduces bacteria into a woman's urinary tract. During sex, the urethra comes into contact with the bacteria from the genital area and anus, allowing them to enter the urethra, the bladder, and possibly eventually the kidneys, and result in an infection.

Any time a woman has sex, she's coming into contact with bacteria, and putting herself at risk for a UTI.
When a woman first starts having sex, she's more likely to get a urinary tract infection. She's most at risk the first time she has sex with a new partner. Frequent sex increases the risk of developing a UTI, too, as does having more sex partners.

You don't have to stop having sex to prevent UTIs, however your girl can take the following measures:- urinate before sex, and promptly after, stay hydrated and drink plenty of water; this will help rid her urinary tract of bacteria and clean her genital and anal areas before and after sex.

As her partner, you can also develop a urinary tract infections from sex, always be sure to thoroughly clean your genitals before and after sex. Wearing a condom can also help reduce your risk of getting a UTI from sex

Wish her quick recovery.

Love Matters Team.