Buckinghamshire Hospitals NHS Trust

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Yes you can as cystitis is not a sexually transmitted infection. However some women find intercourse painful whilst they have cystitis. In addition some cases of cystitis occur after sexual intercourse as bacteria from the vagina can be mechanically 'milked' into the bladder through the short female urethra. In women who suffer with this it is important to empty the bladder straight after intercourse and practice meticulous hygiene.

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