(Closed) Thailand sex ?

posted 6 years ago in Intimacy
Post # 3
2125 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

@lovelylady46:  the type of pathogens found in the tap water of other countries like asia/mexico ect, usually only cause illnesses of the digestive system. They are totally safe to bath in, etc….and etc. means it should be fine. 

Sometimes when I visit other lands, I find the tap water to be a little rusty looking. Not sure I’d want to bath in that..or do any sort of activities in that. But if you are staying at a nice hotel or resort, it’s more than likley that the water supply is being pumped in from a clean source and is generally safe. Still, don’t drink it. 

(student nurse)

Post # 4
1855 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: December 2013

If you’re in a 4 or 5 star you’ll probably be fine. Our Honeymoon will be in Bangkok, and I’m not too stressed. 

I mean, I’m not going to go swimming in a lake or ocean. I barely understand North American fish, let alone scary Thai fish. And I don’t swim in lakes and oceans here, and I live 80m from the Atlantic. 

I think you’ll be fine for baths, etc!

Post # 5
602 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

you’re not actually ingesting the water so i think you will be ok! Have fun :-p

Post # 6
336 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

We’re staying at Secrets Maroma Beach in Mexico and I know people are always worried about the water there (did not know that about the other countries-silly me I guess) But they have their own water plant (not sure what else to call it?) where it filters and gets all the gunk out. But I think 99% of ppl still drink bottled because our bodies are used to the water where we are from and if another areas is different, it might upset your stomach.

I think you should be ok though since your not ingesting it.

Post # 7
106 posts
Blushing bee

I actually had my wedding inThailand.  We went with 20 people, and no on even got sick.  At first,we were all cautious and drank and brushed our teeth from bottled water,but by week 2 we were drinking crushed ice mango shakes and using the water and drinks not from a bottle regularly.  The pools and showers were totally fine.  No skin issues.  We did stay in 3 different 4 to 5 star resorts however.

Post # 8
1813 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: February 2012

As romatic as it sems having sex in the water can actually cause great discomfort and infections in women.  Water washes away the body’s natural lubricants, leaving the vagina are quite “dry” ( the irony!)  This will then of course be very painful.  Also the whole thrusting that comes along with sex, can push water high into the vagin, causing UITs etc.  Salt water etc up your lady passage – not a great idea, as is chlorinated pool water. 

I’d advise you to foreplay-away in the water etc, but avoid the whole sex in water – pool or sea…. 

Post # 9
8361 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

@Cariad:  Add to that the sand factor in beach sex (yes even in the water) and please no sex in the general pool! Aside from being gross for the other guests also think about the bodily fluids that can be in there from others guests- spit, snot, urine- Arghh swimming pools and spas/hot tubs (which are worse because of the temperatures) gross me out!

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