The friction caused by a lack of lubrication increases the risk that the condom may break, as well as the chance of tears to the vaginal wall. Rather, seawater will greatly reduce or eliminate natural lubrication. Again, chlorine can irritate the vulva or vagina afterwards as well, which is a far cry from the glamourous romp you're imagining while lying on your towel. I understand that they go in the vagina. As silence and tranquility settle in, you and your partner have a fun idea: What would happen if I got pregnant while having sex in the pool? I, therefore, spoke to a number of gynaecologists at a medical meeting in New York, and asked them what they thought. Doc, could you give my husband and me a good advice? As I expect you know, strokes 'cerebro-vascular accidents' are common in Jamaica, particularly among those who have 'pressure'. I have never used tampons. The final outcome of that case will not be known until the end of November. But you should go and see a doc, who can give you a good check-up to find out why you are having erection problems. Without exception, they all said that underwater sex was OK. We have access to a swimming pool, and it is a real nice, private place. Yes, some water does enter the woman's vagina.