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What would prevent bladder infections after sex?

Does anyone know what would prevent bladder infections after sex?
  suziemb on 2005-06-03
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Thorough washing with soap and water shortly after should help.

If however this does not help you and you get frequent attacks of Cystitis, you should consult a Gynaecologist.
Joe De Livera last decade
it can be helpful to empty your bladder before sex (don't strain if nothing there!).
erika last decade
I would imagine that it may be more useful from the standpoint of avoiding any infection that the bladder is emptied immediately after and not before sex.

This would expel any bacteria that may be lurking in the Urethra and thereby prevent them from invading the bladder.
Joe De Livera last decade
probably right joe from the bacterial point of view - perhaps before and after sex is best?
the reasoning behind my 'before' suggestion is that a full bladder does not help the situation, feels like it is causing 'excitement' but actually causes extra pressure and 'overexcitement'.
erika last decade
Try "mannose sugar" I ordered it from online search using google. No side effects. Works awesome. An herbalist explained to me that two people share germs when they have sex and if the woman has a slightly weakened bladder/kidney acupuncture meridian (which most women do) it's easy to get sick. Everytime I've had a new sex partner in my life I've always developed a bladder infection. Concentrated cranberry pills or juice have never worked at all for me. Good Luck, Geauxp
geauxp last decade
Hi geauxp, How much mannose sugure do you take? Thanks
suziemb last decade
Thorough washing with soap and water shortly after should help.
<< well, thats compeletly what a whor, or a nusrse would agree on...
Wash first, sex after...

Stapysagria is one remedy for that problem, but its picked after individual symptoms, not after hypotetic tales as this.
Simply, cause there is thousands of remedies that migth fit, and all has to be tailorfitted , as a dress would need to be..
allvis last decade
although I agree with the washing suggested I do not agree with the soap - this should be avoided in genital area as can aggravate cystitis and other sensitivity problems.
erika last decade
MANNOSE dose- I take 1/2 teaspoon 3-4 times per day for several days. I am never without it in my medical supplies just in case. Geauxp
geauxp last decade
Suzie, Staphysagria worked for me. I used to get it if I drank alcohol beforehand(champagne on my honeymoon was one memorable case!). So avoid alcohol and make sure the bladder is empty before.

And try the Staphysagria.

Best wishes, Ruth
ruth45 last decade
Hi ruth45, How much Staphysagria do you take and how often? Thanks
suziemb last decade
Honeymoon cystitis, as its known, is cured by staphysagria,one dose 200, once only.(there are other remedies having the same clinical symptome, staph need not to be correct), And that is for good..as long,as its the correct remedie,and there are no other cause to the problem, sutch as fungal infection, or other things as chlamydia..
AND, THE PARTNER, must get checked , as the partner may reinfect..no treatment will help if this is the case.
If the partner had gonhorrea once, and thats socalled cured by antibiotics..well, the couple need to take one dose medhorrinum 200 each, at the same time, and if still cystitis a months time after..staphysagria may be of help.
But, i do not recomend people who do not posess any proper education, or experience to experiment with homeopatic remedies, as there is risk of unwanted effects, no cure, or getting a permanent obstruction to whatever sort of cure.
allvis last decade
You could try using Waterfall D-Mannose (do a Google search!)

(You take it one hour before having sex and then again afterwards...) I find it very effective.
saskia last decade
I had sex with a loved one two days ago and the day after when peeing felt like it was scoulding me when coming out the hole. Now it still hurts terrible to pee and I have been able to squeeze out a jelly like though color of pee goop though I think it could just be pee that formed into that before I pushed it out. I wonder if this is a bladder infection that I got from after sex or because I have rubbed my urethreal opening while having sex irritating it. Please someone soon let me knowq what you are sure it is. Thank you dearly.
innermindsvision last decade
Drink plenty of water about 10 glass a day may be help you to rid off your problem.after 3 days no improvment then come back OK

faisal qureshi last decade
Hi patient, experienced Dr.Joe has advised you the better way to keep yourself safe from bladder infection.Im curious to know as why you are suffering with this type of tension.To avoid yourself from sexual contagious disease you please arrange test like VDRL and urine test of your partner as well as yourself to keep you safe from any venereal disease.And if you are in a habit to go door to door in that case nothing can protect you from contagius disease.Thank you
Dr.Haran ch malaker last decade
Is it the first time you had sex?

gavinimurthy last decade
Hi, I was wondering if anyone could help. In the past 6 months I've had 3 water infections which seem to occur after having sex. Is it likely to be the same thing as discussed above, even though we always use a condom? I've heard that it could be a reaction to the condom, could this be true? And if we were to change condoms would this help?

Any help would be appreciated.
banana21 last decade

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