Our expert says:
Verskoon asseblief- my Afrikaans is nie so goed so ek sal in Engels moet skryf.
I have two thoughts, (1) it could be that you have a particular sensitivity to the smell of semen (the man's ejaculation) and believe that you can still smell this even after washing, but if this man is not your first partner and this has never happened before then you should have it checked out because (2) it could be the sign of a sexually transmitted infection and needs treatment. Most STI's can be treated and it is important to do so, both for your health and his!
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