Would urinating at least once get rid of any sperm that would remain from a previous ejaculation? Meaning precum wouldn't really contain sperm? Thanks!
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So far as we all know so far, after a men urinates, it is unlikely for any traces of sperm to be left in the urethra, and that when a man urinates before erection (and after any ejaculation), it is unlikely, then, for his pre-ejaculate to contain sperm.
That's not a guarantee, mind, and that also doesn't mean urination takes care of any viruses or parasites when it comes to STIs, but it's generally agreed so far in the medical community that urinating clears traces of sperm.
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