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DogLover
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this will probably sound like a really stupid question but if u have sex and the guy cums in u,then u urinate,is the chance of pregnancy gone or is there still a chance of pregnancy?

just wondering

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Urinating after sex--while it might provide some protection against urinary tract infections--does absolutely nothing to reduce the getting pregnant in the situation you've described. You would have a very high risk of becoming pregnant.

If you do not want to become pregnant at this time, I really encourage you to take a look at http://www.scarleteen.com/article/reproduction/birth_control_bingo to find an effective birth control method that will work for you.

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ok thanks

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