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5 Secret Sex Dangers You Didn’t Know

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In this article, we take a dive into 5 sex-related hazards and tips to avoid them.

Penis fracture

One may argue that it’s impossible for the penis to break since there’s no bone in it. Truly speaking, the penis is breakable. A ‘penis’ fracture occurs when the “penis” is suddenly bent, causing a tear in the tunica albuginea membrane. This membrane surrounds the core of the penis(the area responsible for erection) and if it tears, blood leaks out to the surrounding tissue. It’s important to know that this phenomenon may be caused by forceful sex or aggressive masturbation. If a penial fracture is left unchecked, it can lead to erectile dysfunction and deformity.

Urinary tract infections

UTIs in women are commonly caused by sexual intercourse. During sex, bacteria from the genital area and anus can enter a woman’s urethra, bladder, or kidneys causing UTIs symptoms like painful urination, and abdominal discomfort. An easy way to overcome UTIs is by drinking plenty of water before sex to aid the flushing out of bacteria, urinating before and after sex, and washing your hands before and after “sex” after contact with the rectum.

Sexual headaches

You may be hearing this for the first time. Sex may result in headaches. Though in most cases it’s not anything to concern yourself with, sometimes they can signal serious problems like low blood pressure, brain tumor, or bleeding in the brain. These headaches may affect both men and women. They usually emerge before or during an orgasm, or after sex.

Heart attack

If sex could result in a deadly ailment like heart attack, I don’t think you would ever want to have ‘sex’. Sadly, it happens. However, the good news is heart attack is not triggered by “sex” in general. Vigorous sexual activity can result in “heart attack”. Needless to say, a smooth-sailing ‘sex’ is safe for your health.

Vaginal cuts and tears

It’s not unusual for a woman to experience vaginal cuts and tears once in their lives. However, the cuts can trigger pain and can make ‘sex’ very uncomfortable. The most common cause of vaginal ‘cuts’ and ‘tears’ is vaginal dryness. To overcome this problem, use lubricants, engage in natural romance before intercourse.

In this article, we take a dive into 5 sex-related hazards and tips to avoid them.

Penis fracture

One may argue that it’s impossible for the penis to break since there’s no bone in it. Truly speaking, the penis is breakable. A ‘penis’ fracture occurs when the “penis” is suddenly bent, causing a tear in the tunica albuginea membrane. This membrane surrounds the core of the penis(the area responsible for erection) and if it tears, blood leaks out to the surrounding tissue. It’s important to know that this phenomenon may be caused by forceful sex or aggressive masturbation. If a penial fracture is left unchecked, it can lead to erectile dysfunction and deformity.

Urinary tract infections

UTIs in women are commonly caused by sexual intercourse. During sex, bacteria from the genital area and anus can enter a woman’s urethra, bladder, or kidneys causing UTIs symptoms like painful urination, and abdominal discomfort. An easy way to overcome UTIs is by drinking plenty of water before sex to aid the flushing out of bacteria, urinating before and after sex, and washing your hands before and after “sex” after contact with the rectum.

Sexual headaches

You may be hearing this for the first time. Sex may result in headaches. Though in most cases it’s not anything to concern yourself with, sometimes they can signal serious problems like low blood pressure, brain tumor, or bleeding in the brain. These headaches may affect both men and women. They usually emerge before or during an orgasm, or after sex.

Heart attack

If sex could result in a deadly ailment like heart attack, I don’t think you would ever want to have ‘sex’. Sadly, it happens. However, the good news is heart attack is not triggered by “sex” in general. Vigorous sexual activity can result in “heart attack”. Needless to say, a smooth-sailing ‘sex’ is safe for your health.

Vaginal cuts and tears

It’s not unusual for a woman to experience vaginal cuts and tears once in their lives. However, the cuts can trigger pain and can make ‘sex’ very uncomfortable. The most common cause of vaginal ‘cuts’ and ‘tears’ is vaginal dryness. To overcome this problem, use lubricants, engage in natural romance before intercourse.

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5 Secret Sex Dangers You Didn’t Know

324

In this article, we take a dive into 5 sex-related hazards and tips to avoid them.

Penis fracture

One may argue that it’s impossible for the penis to break since there’s no bone in it. Truly speaking, the penis is breakable. A ‘penis’ fracture occurs when the “penis” is suddenly bent, causing a tear in the tunica albuginea membrane. This membrane surrounds the core of the penis(the area responsible for erection) and if it tears, blood leaks out to the surrounding tissue. It’s important to know that this phenomenon may be caused by forceful sex or aggressive masturbation. If a penial fracture is left unchecked, it can lead to erectile dysfunction and deformity.

Urinary tract infections

UTIs in women are commonly caused by sexual intercourse. During sex, bacteria from the genital area and anus can enter a woman’s urethra, bladder, or kidneys causing UTIs symptoms like painful urination, and abdominal discomfort. An easy way to overcome UTIs is by drinking plenty of water before sex to aid the flushing out of bacteria, urinating before and after sex, and washing your hands before and after “sex” after contact with the rectum.

Sexual headaches

You may be hearing this for the first time. Sex may result in headaches. Though in most cases it’s not anything to concern yourself with, sometimes they can signal serious problems like low blood pressure, brain tumor, or bleeding in the brain. These headaches may affect both men and women. They usually emerge before or during an orgasm, or after sex.

Heart attack

If sex could result in a deadly ailment like heart attack, I don’t think you would ever want to have ‘sex’. Sadly, it happens. However, the good news is heart attack is not triggered by “sex” in general. Vigorous sexual activity can result in “heart attack”. Needless to say, a smooth-sailing ‘sex’ is safe for your health.

Vaginal cuts and tears

It’s not unusual for a woman to experience vaginal cuts and tears once in their lives. However, the cuts can trigger pain and can make ‘sex’ very uncomfortable. The most common cause of vaginal ‘cuts’ and ‘tears’ is vaginal dryness. To overcome this problem, use lubricants, engage in natural romance before intercourse.

In this article, we take a dive into 5 sex-related hazards and tips to avoid them.

Penis fracture

One may argue that it’s impossible for the penis to break since there’s no bone in it. Truly speaking, the penis is breakable. A ‘penis’ fracture occurs when the “penis” is suddenly bent, causing a tear in the tunica albuginea membrane. This membrane surrounds the core of the penis(the area responsible for erection) and if it tears, blood leaks out to the surrounding tissue. It’s important to know that this phenomenon may be caused by forceful sex or aggressive masturbation. If a penial fracture is left unchecked, it can lead to erectile dysfunction and deformity.

Urinary tract infections

UTIs in women are commonly caused by sexual intercourse. During sex, bacteria from the genital area and anus can enter a woman’s urethra, bladder, or kidneys causing UTIs symptoms like painful urination, and abdominal discomfort. An easy way to overcome UTIs is by drinking plenty of water before sex to aid the flushing out of bacteria, urinating before and after sex, and washing your hands before and after “sex” after contact with the rectum.

Sexual headaches

You may be hearing this for the first time. Sex may result in headaches. Though in most cases it’s not anything to concern yourself with, sometimes they can signal serious problems like low blood pressure, brain tumor, or bleeding in the brain. These headaches may affect both men and women. They usually emerge before or during an orgasm, or after sex.

Heart attack

If sex could result in a deadly ailment like heart attack, I don’t think you would ever want to have ‘sex’. Sadly, it happens. However, the good news is heart attack is not triggered by “sex” in general. Vigorous sexual activity can result in “heart attack”. Needless to say, a smooth-sailing ‘sex’ is safe for your health.

Vaginal cuts and tears

It’s not unusual for a woman to experience vaginal cuts and tears once in their lives. However, the cuts can trigger pain and can make ‘sex’ very uncomfortable. The most common cause of vaginal ‘cuts’ and ‘tears’ is vaginal dryness. To overcome this problem, use lubricants, engage in natural romance before intercourse.