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5 Secret Sex Dangers You Didn't Know

You've Never Considered These 5 Dangers of Sex.

You may have heard about the health benefits of safe sex many times before. Stress and anxiety can be alleviated by sex, unquestionably. Improved sleep, decreased blood pressure, and a boosted immune system are all possible benefits. Sexual activity, on the other hand, has been shown to have serious consequences for one's health. Sexually transmitted diseases and injuries, for example, are all too common.

We'll take a look at five sex-related dangers and how to prevent them in this post.

Infections of the urinary tract

Sexual activity is a common cause of urinary tract infections (UTIs) in women. Toxic bacteria from the female anatomy, such as anus, can cause UTIs symptoms such as abdominal pain when the woman urinates. To avoid getting a UTI, follow these simple steps: drink plenty of water before intercourse, urinate before and after sex, and wash your hands with soap and water after touching the rectum.

When you're having an issue with your sex,

This may be the first time you've heard it. Having sex can cause headaches. While they are usually nothing to worry about, they can sometimes suggest significant concerns like low blood pressure, brain tumors, or bleeding in the brain, so it's important to pay attention to them. Both men and women are susceptible to these types of headaches. Before or during an orgasm, or immediately following intercourse, they appear.

Asphyxiation

I don't think you'd ever want to have sex if it may lead to a fatal illness like a heart attack. Sadly, it's a fact of life. Heart attacks are not caused by "sex" in general, however. A "heart attack" can occur as a result of excessive sex. It goes without saying that a sexual encounter that goes off without a hitch is completely safe for your health.

Trauma to the vaginal tissue

A woman's vaginal cuts and tears are common occurrences throughout her lifetime. A painful'sex' experience is possible if the wounds are made too deep. It is the most common cause of vaginal 'cuts' and rips' that vaginal dryness is responsible for. To get around this, apply lubricants and do some light flirting before you get started.

Source: https://www.webmd.com/sex-relationships/features/4-things-you-didnt-know-about-oral-sex

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