Sure, you probably know the ins and outs of birth control and important sexual health practices. And, of course, this is crucial information. But what you do right after sex can affect your health as well.
None of this is particularly shocking news. In general, it's a good idea to clean up, pee, and do everything in your power to avoid irritating your privates. But there are a few additional tips worth knowing, such as what type of soap is best to use in a post-sex shower and the one vaginal hygienic practice you should never try after sex (even though the tools are readily available in any drug store).
Overall, the post-coital time is meant to be relaxing, so avoiding these things will help you stay healthy and worry-free. Paying careful attention to your body, and treating it well, is really all you need to do. Hopefully your afterglow stages can be spent in peaceful reflection, not worry about that burning sensation.