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One of the most common public-pool health issues is improper p H levels, which can make it harder for disinfectants to do their jobs, according to a May 2016 report from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The outlook isn't much better if you and your partner are looking to, uh, get more in touch with nature."[Lakes and oceans] are by far the dirtiest," Idries Abdur-Rahman, M. With all of that (kind of downer information) said, you can definitely still have amazing sex in water."That lack of lubrication can make you more prone to micro-abrasions," says Abdur-Rahman.Those are little tears that can sting when they come into contact with something irritating, like, say, chlorine or salt water.Below, six things you need to know before you dive in.Yes, pools have chlorine, but they can also have a lot of bacteria.One aspect of this is the potential for diabetes to damage the erectile tissue leaving it impossible for a man to achieve or maintain an erection.
However, testing before and after ‘getting it on’ may not help in setting the right mood(! How you handle blood sugars around sex will come down to personal preference.Up to 50% of men and 25% of women may experience some kind of sexual problems or a loss of sexual desire as a result of diabetes.For men, diabetes can cause damage to the nervous system over a sustained period of time, also known as diabetic neuropathy."As long as the water is safe to swim in—no chlorine levels that are too high, for example—the condom shouldn't be compromised," board-certified ob/gyn Antonio Pizarro, M. But without proper lubricant, water-induced dryness and friction can make a condom more likely to break, says Abdur-Rahman.If you somehow managed to have some lube on hand for this outdoor adventure, silicone would be your best bet.
"People think water is like vaginal lubricant, but they're completely different," says Abdur-Rahman.