You know what to do before and during, but here are some unconditional rules on what to do after.
Go to the toilet.It is in the toilet, not in the bathroom, and, of course, only if you want. You have probably heard that it helps to avoid a urinary tract infection, because with the urine comes out E. coli, which could get into the urethra during sex (and it was not necessary to have anal sex). But if you do not want, do not rush. Even if you go to the toilet after 20 minutes or an hour, that's okay, it does not increase the risk of infection.
Remember what just happened - first in your head, and then out loud.Click on the rewind button in your head and play it all over again, from beginning to end. If sex was good, think about what you liked, and then tell your partner what his movements and touches you remember. Now is the time to discuss it, because later it may be more awkward. If sex was not the best, mistakes are better discussed later.
In addition, to strengthen the relationship, after sex is better to lie still in the arms of each other. According to studies, after 3 months of such sex practice after sex, couples have had improved relationships and greater sexual satisfaction.
Try to feel your body and understand what a normal discomfort and what is not.During sex, it sometimes hurts: usually because of a dry vagina or because of sensations inside — constipation, muscle spasm, or if a man touches one of your ovaries (usually during ovulation, when the ovaries are enlarged) can cause it.
But if you constantly feel discomfort and pain, which continues long after sex, it is time to consult with your doctor. This can be a sign of various female diseases: ovarian cysts, fibroids, endometriosis, or even gynecological cancer.