Is it safe to have sex in a hot tub? I heard that the water can get up in you and cause infections or something. Also, is there a greater chance the condom will slip?
[ Answer this question ] Want to answer more questions in the Sexual Health and Reproduction category? Maybe give some free advice about: Condoms? itdependsonyoux3 answered Monday April 5 2010, 12:48 am: bottom line: dont have sex in a hot tub.
it is usually REALLY painful for the girl because the water pretty much gets rid of the natural lubricant your body lets out when you start to get "hot and heavy" which can lead to painful tearing in the girl when having intercourse, and if this happens, the harsh chemicals would enter your vagina and infect the tear; thats EXTREMELY dangerous.
even if you dont get a tear, the risk of getting an infection is exponetionally high because of the fact that there are harsh chemicals and cholorine that will be pushed up into the girl's body. really not good.
and yes, there is a greater chance the condom will slip or break. the water pressure and "suctioning" like "power" caused by the water will really end up not being good.
but if you do decide to go through with it and have sex in a hot tub, be SAFE. get on birth control and use condoms. its better to be safe than sorry, yuh know ? good luck, hope i helped, xxo. [ itdependsonyoux3's advice column | Ask itdependsonyoux3 A Question ]
braytak answered Sunday April 4 2010, 4:40 pm: If you have sex in a hottub, the risk of a condom breaking or slipping increase for obvious reasons (heat, water movement). Since the sex itself will leave you "open", of course water will flow inside you. The chances of a yeast infection or STD hence increase but to what degree is hard to estimate. If it was a huge increase, everyone having sex in hot tubs would be getting infections and STD's which is clearly not the case.
NinjaNeer answered Sunday April 4 2010, 4:36 pm: Don't do it!
You've heard correctly; the water from a hot tub can definitely be forced up inside of you and can cause serious abdominal infection, because warm water is a breeding ground for bacteria and the water is full of harsh chemicals.
mylinhthan answered Wednesday March 30 2005, 5:59 pm: anonymous -
It's dangerous to have sex in a hot tub. The water can enter your fallopian tubes and could cause something very life threatening.
"The concern would be if you are squirting water into your vagina. Hot tubs always have chemicals, such as chlorine, in the water. If this water enters the vagina under pressure, it could go up into the fallopian tubes, where it becomes lodged. The chemicals can be an irritant, and could cause irritation and potential scarring. This can lead to endometriosis. So, the bottom line is - no pressurized water going up the vagina, including intercourse underwater, since the penis acts as a 'pump' pushing water up into the interior."
Karen answered Wednesday March 30 2005, 12:22 pm: Having sex in any type of place that has water isn't good. Yes, the water will probably get inside of you but I don't think this would cause you to get infections and such. A condom is a condom and it will always stay on, no matter where a guy has sex but it's possible that the condom may slip but I doubt it.
-Karen [ Karen's advice column | Ask Karen A Question ]
girdy_goo15 answered Wednesday March 30 2005, 8:44 am: no it's not safe and yes there is a greater chance the condom will slip. so if you want to take that chance go for it. but there are plenty of other places that are just as cozy as the hot tub. try under the stars out in the fields or something. [ girdy_goo15's advice column | Ask girdy_goo15 A Question ]
xlostangelx answered Wednesday March 30 2005, 6:59 am: i also heard that the water can cause infections. go on to www.google.com and look it up. im sure you can find info on it.
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