Let's Talk About Sex, Baby!

With Valentine’s Day coming up this is a hottt topic, not just a popular song from everyone’s favorite Pitch Perfect scene.  Are you prepared to practice self-care this love month?  Along with following safe sex practices, taking care of your urinary tract should be a top priority.

UTIs/bladder infections after sex are extremely common and obviously such a mood killer.  They can be due to sexual activity, a new sexual partner, changes in hormone levels, an impaired immune system, or abnormalities in the urinary tract.

During sex (this includes oral sex, too), unwanted bacteria can be introduced to your urethra and bladder.  Women have a shorter urethra than men and the bacteria does not have to travel as far to reach your bladder.  This can make it easier for bacteria to make its way to your bladder and lead to a potential infection. 

But don’t stress!  We're here to help.  Have a worry-free Valentine’s Day this year and practice the following:

  1. Shower before sex (both partners)
  2. Pee after sex
  3. Take one packet of Busy Beauti after sex and flush out any remaining harmful bacteria
  4. Stay hydrated

Peeing after sex isn’t always enough for some women, but no one should skip this step.  Busy Beauti will flush out harmful bacteria that was left behind, giving you an extra layer of protection.  These are a few measures all couples can take to avoid killing the mood and prevent painful UTIs.  That’s it.  Nothing complicated or time intensive.  With our money-back guarantee, you have nothing to lose!  Only peace of mind to gain.

Xoxo,

The Busy Beauti Team

 

Sources:

“Here's Why UTIs Are Common After Sex.” Arizona OB GYN Affiliates Blog, 12 Mar. 2020, www.aoafamily.com/blog/heres-why-utis-are-common-after-sex/.

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