If you have a vagina, you've probably heard many times that you should always pee after sex. But given that running to the bathroom isn't necessarily what you want to do after a hookup, you've probably wondered if peeing after sex is absolutely necessary. We spoke to Dr. Frederick Naftolin, a professor of obstetrics and gynecology at New York University, to get to the bottom of what happens if you don't pee after sex.
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Have a question about sex or sexual health? Send it to sexQs buzzfeed. Q: My wife and I both 23 have what I would call an extremely healthy, adventurous sex life. I have a question about something we do once in a while. Can I safely urinate inside my wife during intercourse? We don't do it all the time, but it feels amazing and turns us both on a lot.
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Peeing after sex may help prevent urinary tract infections UTIs. UTIs occur when bacteria enter the urinary tract, usually through your urethra, and travels to your bladder. If you have a vagina, your urethra — the opening where urine is released — is close to your vaginal opening.
Lots of people with vaginas have this problem. And yeah, burning pee really is the worst. Ridding your body of waste via your urine? Why not.