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Johnna - July 30th, 2005 3:34 PM

If you go to the bathroom, urine after having sex will it lessen the chance of getting pregnant? I am trying to get pregnant and I was wondering if it did so I know what not to do.

No - August 1st, 2005 8:36 AM

Urinating after sex does not decrease or increase the likelihood of you becoming pregnant.

Jenn - August 10th, 2005 11:20 AM

i was wondering the same thing , becuase i always seem to pee as soon or after we are done having sex , and i'm not sure if it decreases the chance.

m - August 10th, 2005 2:35 PM

If you're really trying to get prego, you should place a pillows under your legs and lay there after he cums inside of you for about 45 mintues. This allows the sprem to travel. Going to the bathroom should not affect the sperm inside of you.

Jbear - August 11th, 2005 3:00 AM

I wouldn't rely on peeing after sex to prevent pregnancy, but it might be good not to pee after sex if you're trying to get pregnant. My husband and I have been married 8 years and never used any birth control. The two times I've gotten pregnant were the only two times I didn't get up to pee after sex. It may just be a coincidence, but it worked for me.

J - August 11th, 2005 7:11 AM

Peeing does not prevent pregnancy, standing up having sex, does not prevent pregnancy. Standing up in the shower and rinsing right after wards does not prevent pregnancy. That's how I got pregnant.

L - August 16th, 2005 9:54 AM

I used to always pee straight after but when we decided we were going to try for a baby I didnt go after and I put a pillow under my bum and held my legs up for about 10mins and Im 17wks and 4days now! First try too!

tricky - August 18th, 2005 9:05 PM

NO! PLEASE continue to urinate after sex, it helps prevent bladder infections/UTIs. urine comes from your -bladder-, not your -vagina-, so releasing urine will not affect the amount of sperm that's entered into your vagina. if you don't pee when you need to, excess bacteria may build up and cause a painful UTI/bladder infection. urinating after sex has been reccommended to me by several doctors, so keep peeing after you do the deed!


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