Why there is a hotness feeling after sex or masturbation. It happened before when I masturbated or had sex with condom or without condom. I talked to my partner she said she is disease free and get checked every six months. Her vagina was really tight, that was a issue for me to slide my penis in.
After sex urinating is normal and good, I know that. Also a feeling of hotness when you pee. This feeling is after masturbation or sex. Is this normal?
The smell isn't strong. Whenever I went to bathroom and touched my penis, I felt the smell in my hands and washed my hands. Well. today I took shower again and the smell is gone. Totally... I think that liquid thing that woman produces during sex the smell is really strong....I even smelled it during sex. The smell is gone today for sure...
I don't have no more burning or anything.... else...
Thank you very much for all the answers. What is a STD clinic, since I don't have insurance and in for future reference I want to know where I can find an STD clinic in my city. I am in San Jose, California.
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