If you opt to have sex with your companion, use protection. Though some companions are screened for diseases before they are allowed to provide companionship, use a nonporous barrier if you decide to have sex with them. Dental dams and condoms provide a barrier that prevents transmission of diseases or infections. Since they are thin, using them is never unpleasant. The most important thing is to know how to use them.
Don’t Overuse Bubble Baths, Shower Gels and Scented Soap
Take preventative health care when having sex with other women. Basically, you should understand your allergies and those of your partner. Perfumed products tend to cause genital soreness and irritation. This can make you susceptible to sexually transmitted infections and yeast infection. Therefore, avoid using them. Instead, go for scentless products.