Making Love is an amazingly thrilling experience that most people look forward to having with their partners, however certain things can limit the full enjoyment the experience affords.
When it comes to s*x, it is every married couple’s desire to enjoy it and still be able to relish the thought of it thereafter. Apart from the numerous health benefits of s*x to the human system, the pleasure that comes with it is electrifying and almost unrivalled.
Notably, there are many routes to $exual satisfaction, but the mostly adopted means of reaching climax is through intercourse, which is about the most effective for men, unlike women who are more likely to reach orgasm faster through Tip or clit0ral stimulation.
S*x is to be enjoyed, but understandably, there are medical conditions that prevent or forbid people from having $ex, usually for some time.
Meanwhile, beyond those conditions, there are some other things people do that may tamper with how much they enjoy $ex and even impact on their overall health afterwards.
Some of these issues directly affect $exual performance, while some are safety tips. Hence, it may be helpful to discuss what people should take cognisance of when they are about to have a romp in the sack so as to enjoy it and guide against infection.
1. Shaving or waxing before s*x:
Due to the belief that the pubic hair could breed unpleasant smell and because some people do find it D!sgust!ng, people tend to shave or use wax to remove the hair in that region. But inasmuch as being ‘clean’ in that region is seen as a good hygienic practice, experts have advised that it is advisable not to shave before $ex, simply because shaving or waxing tends to open up the small pores in the skin and while the $exual activity is ongoing, body contact could lead to infection, or rashes, which could multiply in little time because the place is usually warm and so germs and bacteria could multiply there quickly. Some people shave shortly before $ex because of the feeling that their partner might find the pubic hair unattractive.
A medical doctor, Emily Gibson, said removal of pubic hair would always inflame the hair follicles in that region and leave some open wounds that could cause irritation of the shaved or waxed area, leading to the spread of $exually transmitted infections.
She added, “When that irritation is combined with the warm moist environment of the genitals, it becomes a happy culture media for some