Wearing a condom in the shower
Can you have sex in the shower with a condom without getting pregnant?
How-To: Have Safer Shower Sex
15 May Taking a shower with your partner is a big turn on. Be sure to practice safe sex for maximum enjoyment!.
28 Feb Most condom manufacturers do not recommend using rubber in the tub or pool ( you've got a private pool, right?) because of the increased risk.
Description:Lou Paget, author of The Great Lover Playbook, recommends doing everything in the shower except intercourse, to avoid any nasty spills. Oil-based ones weaken the latex and could put holes in your condom. Your choice solution is either water- or silicone-based lubrication, which does not get rinsed away easily and is latex-compatible. This is a reminder to steer your rubber clear of Vaseline, sunscreen, massage oil and so forth. In The Bathroom For the shower: And since reported HIV cases among Singapore citizens continue to rise it has more than doubled from in to in , this is a must-know: As far as major rubber maker Durex is concerned, no research has been done on the performance of condoms when used in water.