Does urinating after intercourse reduce the risk of urinary tract infections among women?
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Overall, urinating after intercourse does not reduce the risk of symptomatic urinary tract infections (UTIs) among sexually active young healthy women (SOR: B, cohort and case-control studies). However, there may be some protection in voiding within 15 minutes for women without any history of past UTIs (SOR: C, heterogeneous cohort and case-control studies).
Evidence Based Practice 16(5): 06.