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When it comes to summertime sex, it's hard not to think about having sex in a pool or in the ocean. Or lake. Or river. Or maybe even while rolling around on a Slip'n Slide under a sprinkler. If it's already hot as hell and you're leaving swamp ass all over the cityit only makes sense that when you have sex, you might want to do it in a nice cool place.
Sure, sweaty sex can be deliciously hot but, honestly, there's only so much sweaty sex a person can take. While pool sex is refreshing and fun, from a physical standpoint, it's not the best idea. I know, I know; I just rained on your parade of having hours of pool sex this weekend, but there are things we need to consider before having sex in a pool.
Here are the seven facts to think about before you take things from skinny dipping to intercourse. When it comes to having a healthy and happy!
Sadly, sex in a pool can throw off that proper pH balance, leaving you wide open for a variety of infections. Loanzon tells Bustle. Extremely important fact: Water is not a lubricant. While there are water-based lubricants, on its own, it's not and can cause more damage than you might think. Think about the potent smell of chlorine. Now think about that potent chemical getting inside your vagina because of intercourse.
Although having sex in the pool doesn't increase your chances of getting pregnant, according to Dr. Loanzon, it certainly "shouldn't be considered a safe contraceptive. If you've just had sex, surrounded by chlorinated water, you might think that you don't have to pee after sex, because, you know, that body of water is washing aways any bacteria that has been passed during sex. But, if anything, it might be even more important to pee after sex in a pool, because your chances of a UTI are increased. It is important to still urinate after sex to decrease the risk of UTIs.
Between that chlorine that doesn't like your vagina, the tears that come with opting to use water, as opposed to proper lube, you might actually find you're not even enjoying yourself at all. If you do it too long, pushing through the discomfortyou Sex in one of the pools not just physically damage your vagina, but really hurt yourself, too. Suddenly all those fantasies of sex in a pool are gone and you're left with a sore vagina and bad memories. Ultimately, as Dr. Loanzon explains, women should avoid bodies of water, whether it's a pool or hot tub, and take the shower route instead when it comes to sex in the water.
That being said, having some hot foreplay in a pool, before making your way to the shower to seal the dealis probably your best bet.
It's still sexy water fun, but with all the negative side effects. Although sex should have elements of adventure, that adventure shouldn't come at the cost of your sexual health. Even if you're hell bent on having sex in a pool, at least now you know what you can expect and prepare wisely.
By Amanda Chatel.Sex in one of the pools
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Everything you need to know about having sex in water