Bacteria on your partner’s penis or a penetrating toy can also enter the urinary tract. The bacteria that is responsible for about 90 percent of uncomplicated UTIs is commonly found in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract and known as Escherichia coli, or E.coli. This makes unprotected anal sex a common cause of UTI after sex.
The UV Sanitizing Sex Toy Case’s UV-C lights kill bacteria, yeast, E.coli, Salmonella, strep, pseudomonas, and many other microorganisms that might be present on your toys. The UV Sanitizing Sex Toy Case has an interior storage space measuring approximately 12.5" long, 7" wide, and 4" tall. This is large enough to fit almost any sex toy on the market, and in most cases, will fit several. Two dividers are included for organization if you want to store several toys inside the case.
The rectum is home to all kinds of bacteria your vagina isn’t used to, such as E. coli, and some of these bacteria could get transferred to a toy you use anally.
UTIs tend to be caused by e-coli bacteria that lives in the rectum. sex toys tend to be rubber, or other porous materials that are difficult if not impossible to santitize. Is the vibrator being...
E. coli is a part of normal bacterial flora in the intestines, rectum, and human poop. It is easy for E. coli to travel to your vaginal opening. From there, especially during sex-play, E.coli can travel toward your urethra. E. coli normally cannot survive in the healthy vagina for too long (too acidic for its taste).
For instance, improperly sanitized sex toys can hide yeast, E. coli, salmonella and other little nasties that can lead to urinary tract infections and sexually transmitted infections. And, even with regular cleaning, the materials can eventually dry out and break down, creating more places for harmful bacteria to hide.
Bacteria like E.coli, parasites, and STIs can easily be transmitted from one person to another when sharing toys. And that's okay if you and your partner are clean and in a monogamous relationship. We still recommend using a fresh condom when sharing toys because it's better to be safe than sorry.
E. coli bacteria are most often found in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract or feces. These bacteria may move from the anus or GI tract onto you or your partner’s hands, mouth, genitals, or a sex toy. Sex can also push bacteria further into your body through penetration, which sets up a higher likelihood of an infection.
This may allow E. coli to enter the urethra more easily. To reduce this risk, ... Try de-emphasizing vaginal intercourse, and moving more toward sex based on hand jobs, oral, toys, ...
Yes the sex toy could cause a UTI, but it is not necessarily the sex toy that is doing it. A UTI is caused by bacteria making their way into the urethra and growing, that bacteria can come from any number of sources. If I am reading this right, you are both male? UTIs are often caused by E. Coli bacteria, which are common in the gut biome.