Sunday, 29 January 2017

Why You Should Not Have Sex In A Hot Tub


Well, you may want to rethink before acting upon it – as indulging in a foamy frolic could actually be bad for your health.

The thought of warm water and steamy jet streams may do it for you, but we’re guessing that rashes and yeast infections don’t float your boat in quite the same way.

And these aren’t the only risks of getting hot and heavy in the tub.

Gynaecologist Diana Hoppe told Men’s Health five scary things that could happen.

You have been warned.

You could get a rash

Spending too much time in the tub post-bonk could cause you to develop pseudomonas folliculitis – aka hot tub rash.

The rash features itchy, red bumps and develops due to bacteria in the water.

Although it’s not serious (it will clear up after a few days) nobody enjoys and unsightly, sore rash.

The female involved could develop a UTI or yeast infection

Chemicals found in a hot tub can mess with a vagina’s PH balance and cause all sorts of woes for a lady.

Condoms won’t be as effective

Firstly, the water can cause the condom to slide off – making it completely pointless.

For condoms that do stay put, chlorine can make it less effective so you if you do the deed in a hot tub you may want to consider another form of contraception.

She will get sore

The hot water can hinder a female’s natural lubrication – which can make the liaison more painful than romantic.

You could contract an STD

No – STDs don’t just float around amongst the bubbles, but contrary to some misguided beliefs, the chemicals in the tub won’t help sterilise any infections your partner is carrying.



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