How do you wipe down there after peeing?
Tips for use When you first use a bidet, clean off with toilet paper first before attempting the bidet spray. Some people do use the bidet like a mini-shower after a bowel movement, sexual intercourse, or for freshening up, but it isn’t a requirement.
The Right Way to Wipe Simply reach behind your back and between your legs, using plenty of crumpled or folded toilet tissue, and wipe backward from the perineum (the space between the genitals and anus) toward and past the anus. Use additional wads of toilet tissue as needed until the paper is mostly clean.
You should wash your vulva with warm water. If you’d like, you can use a mild soap that won’t irritate the skin — but this isn’t necessary. Spread your lips apart and gently cleanse around the folds, using a clean washcloth or your hands. Avoid getting water or soap inside your vagina.
Should you wipe or pat after peeing?
Keep the undergarments dry Not wiping the vagina after urinating can cause the panties to get wet, which can not only lead to bad odour but put you at risk of vaginal infections. Hence, it is always advised to wipe the area using toilet paper or a soft cloth so your underwear is always dry.