Many women will have some problems after sex. For example, when some women got up to go to the bathroom the next day, a faint tingling pain came from their lower body. There are also some women who can't help running to the toilet the next day after sex. A few days later, the symptoms of discomfort seemed to get better, but after a period of sex again, the same situation came back.
This is urinary tract infection
Urinary tract infection is a bacterial infectious disease, which has a lot to do with hygiene habits. Many women experience frequent urination, urgency, dysuria, urination discomfort, lower abdomen pain, hematuria, etc. after sex. Some people also experience dysuria.
Compared with the male urethra, the female urethra is shorter (about 4cm) and wider, and it is closer to the anus. Due to the frequent sex life, friction and irritation to local tissues increase and local resistance is reduced. Because there are certain bacteria around the urethral orifice and the anterior urethra itself, the bacteria in the anus and the bacteria in the male can pass through during sex. Sexual activity squeezes into the bladder, coupled with the inability to urinate and flush in time after sex, it may lead to urinary tract infections. Therefore, it is best for men to carefully do a good job of hygiene and cleaning before each sexual life, especially some men with longer foreskins, they need to be carefully cleaned up.
Most urinary tract infections can be prevented. Drink plenty of water and urinate frequently in daily life; pay attention to clean and hygienic private parts, wash in time before and after sex, change underwear frequently every day, exercise properly, work regularly, and enhance your own immunity. If the symptoms have not been relieved, are unbearable, or even worsen, it is recommended to seek medical attention in time. Urinary tract infection may cause urethritis, cystitis, acute pyelonephritis, and in severe cases, hematuria may also occur. In daily life, many women have the problem of backache after having sex. This problem plagues many women.
Why is the backache after having sex?
For most people, the biggest cause of low back pain after intercourse may be "wrong posture" or maintaining a posture for too long. When the posture is not correct, the muscles of the lower back are not evenly stressed, which can easily cause psoas muscle fatigue. Coupled with maintaining a posture for a long time, the body is not fully rested, and it is easy to cause muscle cramps. In addition, pelvic inflammation or in a special physiological period can also cause backache.
Pelvic inflammation can cause pelvic tissues and organs to congestion, edema, and even adhesions, causing pelvic ligaments and muscles to be compressed and stretched, which in turn stretches the lumbosacral ligaments and joints, and induces low back pain. This condition needs to be treated in accordance with the doctor's advice. During the ovulation period or the pre-menstrual period, the pelvic tissues and organs will also be congested, and due to the secretion of prostaglandins during menstruation, it will further promote the expansion of pelvic blood vessels, and it can cause pelvic organ muscle contraction and even spasm. At the same time it induces dysmenorrhea, it also brings back pain. Generally, there is no good solution for this kind of pain, and more rest may be relieved.
In addition, gynecological tumors such as uterine fibroids, adenomyomas, adenomyosis, endometriotic cysts (chocolate cysts), teratomas, endometriosis, etc. can also cause low back pain. Go to the hospital for an examination to find out the cause.