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Should I put a condom over my vibrator?

For solo play, a condom is not necessary unless you really want to make clean up easy. If you are sharing your vibrator with a sex partner (or partners), put a condom over it and change the condom each time it is used by a different person. In either case, if you are inserting the vibrator both vaginally and anally, use a condom on the vibrator and change it between orifices to avoid infection.

Putting a condom over your vibrator is a good way to extend its life and make clean up easier, but it isn't necessary for solo masturbation unless you're using the vibrator in both your vagina and anus. You should never put anything in your vagina after it's been in your rear, so if you're using your vibrator anally, cover it with a condom first, then remove the condom before you insert it in your vagina or touch it to your genitals.

If you're sharing a vibrator with a partner, you should definitely cover it with a condom and change the condom each time the vibrator is used by a different person. This helps avoid mingling sexual fluids and transmitting STDs or microorganisms that can cause vaginal infections.

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