Thank you for your question. It is not a substitute for professional care. The more the merrier! Since it is advised that people use water-based lubricants with condoms, water should be harmless to the latex. Medication and Health Reminders. It is not a substitute for professional care. Suffering From Premature Ejaculation?
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Oil-based ones weaken the latex and could put holes in your condom. Likewise, if you are having sex in a lake or a river, I do not know if anything in lake and river-water would affect the effectiveness of condoms. The Body is designed for educational purposes only and is not engaged in rendering medical advice or professional services. But we can say that using a condom underwater is better than using no condom at all. If you are having sex in a swimming pool, I do not know if chemicals used in pools such as chlorine would have any effect on condoms.