Too much of anything is a bad thing for everyone and the best way to live life is to follow the golden rule- to stay median.
Sex is no doubt is one of the most pleasurable activities but can too much of it have side-effects on your health? Who decides how much is too much?
Learn how to enjoy things by making sure there are no harmful consequences that you will regret later.
However, the intercourse even if it is not overdone, there could be side effects of sex that seem a little weird but should not to worry about them because trust us, they are completely normal.
After you have been intimate with someone, you are probably feeling relaxed and might be you just remembering back in your head what just happened.
You might not be a focus on all your body changes, although there are quite little weird things that happen to your body after getting intimate with someone. Our bodies are quite complex and sometimes we may have some reactions that seem strange or are unrelated to what happens in bed.
With so much occurring at one time, it’s no surprise your body is more sensitive. Here are a few weird things that happen to your body after intercourse that you may not have realized.
Here are the strange side effects of sex you might never know
You want it more and more
Yes, one side effect of sex is that it can get rather addictive because well, it not only brings you closer to your partner but because it also, literally, makes a person happy. Sexual intercourse releases endorphins or “the feel-good hormones”. Basically, you’re just making yourself happy. So don’t worry about liking sex a little too much.
You Get Urinary Tract Infections
UTIs are extremely common side effects of sex for females, and it’s believed that the friction of vaginal intercourse makes it easier for bacteria to enter the bladder via your urethra. The opening to the urethra is close to the vagina and anus, which makes it easier for bugs from those areas to get into your urinary tract.
You’re at risk of bladder infection with sex—sometimes called honeymoon cystitis—can also be one of the side effects of having sex every day.
It’s hard to pee after sex
A double (or triple) stream isn’t the only post-sex pee issue you may experience.
Trying to take a leak soon after ejaculating can make you feel like your pipes are clogged.
In order for fluid to come forward during ejaculation, the internal sphincter muscle clamps down tightly to close off the neck of the bladder.
You produce a lot of fluids
Whether you’re squinting or experiencing female ejaculation, both are natural side effects of having sex and shouldn’t be a source of anxiety. Female ejaculate—which is different than the lubrication produced when you’re turned on—is a small amount of white-ish fluid that occurs just before you climax, and it has all the characteristics of a prostate plasma.
Your toes cramp
During sex, there’s a lot of activity passed down to nerves in the spinal cord called S2, S3, and S4, which are involved in squeezing the muscles of the pelvis that help you ejaculate. If you have a vigorous oh-gasmm, the activity can cause sympathetic stimulation in a nearby nerve, S1, which plays a part in the sensation that goes to the outer part of the foot, especially the little toe.
Losing interest in the middle of the act
It happens to both men and women, and the reasons could be plenty. Our mind works in mysterious ways and sometimes the most unfortunate thoughts crop up in the most unfortunate of times. These thoughts may keep arousals at bay. Another reason why this could happen is that you are tired, so listen to your body. The body needs and wants what it wants but you can give it some rest too.
BY SWATI ARORA, DKODING MEDIA