Wouldn’t it be amazing if our doctors could know all they need to know, just through simple blood tests and x-rays? Unfortunately, that’s just not how it is: you have to provide information, ask questions, and give your doctor some insight into your life. Whether we like it or not, if we’re going to get all the information we need from our doctors, we simply have to give them a peek into our behaviors, thought patterns, vices, and routines. And while they shouldn’t outwardly judge us (though many of them do), we know they’re internally thinking something when we tell them that we sometimes eat peanut butter and popcorn for dinner. And that’s just the mild stuff. Here are the questions you don’t want to ask your doctor, answered.
Is there such thing as having too much sex?
Because you’ve been having a lot of it, and you just want to make sure that you don’t—you know—permanently get stretched out down there. Or that it doesn’t increase your risk of things like urinary tract infections. And if it does, how do you keep having as much sex, and prevent UTIs?
There isn’t really such thing as having too much sex. If you’re enjoying it and it feels good, then you’re properly lubricated, and that’s great! You should, however, clean up down there before and after sex, and take cranberry capsules to prevent UTIs.