Performance Anxiety is one such emotional factor which can even lead to no sex by causing Erectile Dysfunction. The thought that you may not “perform” well to please your partner can put off the thought of having sex that can result in your penis not becoming erect at all.
Note that while you are in your teens and lower 20s, you will have testosterone levels at their peaks and you will be able to have sex multiple times in a day. As you age, especially once you start moving into your 30s, it is normal that your ability to have sex decreases and it can easily be noticed when you are in your 40s.
Some people (both men and women) pee after sex and they make it a habit. Some others just don’t care and go on with their next activity. So, is it necessary to go to washroom after sex? The short answer is, ‘It is not mandatory to pee after sex. BUT, it is good pee after sex’.
“Excuse me Sir, Ma’m, I have to pee or go ‘su su’ ” – remember the days when you used to raise your little finger and ask your teacher that you want to go to the toilet in the middle of the class? Some teachers would allow and some would ask you to wait until it’s time for recess. Have you ever thought if holding your pee (su su) is good or bad; how much urine you can hold and for how long? What happens if you hold your urine for long? Read on to find out some interesting facts about holding your pee.