Maintaining Personal distancing with the family members and people with whom we work; is something difficult to do. Particularly the ones we share our sexual life with. In this period of coronavirus pandemic, what are the dangers of intimacy?
Professionals have studied and a brief article have been written by the New York Department of Health in the USA. A series of things to remember if you think about having sexual intercourse during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here are things you should know:
- When the virus occurs on the faces of people infected, there still isn’t a sign of it in sperm or menstrual tissue. The virus is not sexually transmittable. It spreads primarily through the breathing droplets. and the touching infected surface is the other ways to get it.
- Kissing is, however, a very normal part of sex and the virus is easily transmitted by saliva. Thus, kissing will spread the virus.
- There’s also proof that COVID-19 is oral gastrointestinal; this means that anal sex may be a source of infection.
- When you have a regular sex partner and no signs or future exposure, sex may be a perfect way to have fun, stay connected and relieve anxiety during these periods of possible stress.
- If your partner lives far apart from you, visiting them to have sex should be avoided. And Medical Experts don’t agree it’s advisable.
- Always clean your sex toys with soap and water.
Sexual intercourse may be declining in the next several weeks, but there will still be alternatives to other types of love expression, such as texting love messages, video calls and erotic reading.
If you or your partner have COVID-19, avoid sex and kissing in particular. You can develop COVID-19 symptoms that include fever, toxic effects, sobbing throat, or shortness of breath.
if you start feeling uncomfortable, that is, you or your wife have a medical condition that could cause more serious COVID-19, you may need to avoid sex.
In conclusion, please always wash your hands regularly with soap and water or use a hand base sanitizer and maintain social distances from crowded areas. Stay home and stay safe from COVID-19.