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beaver987
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I've heard that if your boyfriend pees in between ejaculations it clears out his "left over sperm" in the penis so there is no chance of having spem in his precum later on.

Is this true?
How many times would he have to use the bathroom to clear It all out? Is it true that urine is acidic and kills sperm still in the penis while he pees?

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Urinating does not "kill" any sperm. What happens is that urination may flush out any sperm that are left over from ejaculation.

However, if you'd like to prevent pregnancy ( as well as STIs!), it is still always best to just wear a condom.

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Johanna
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beaver987
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So there really hasn't been enough supporting research to prove it does wash sperm away?
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Robin Lee
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That's not what Joey said.

If someone is having the kinds of sex that can lead to pregnancy, and one does not wish to become pregnant, one will want to use a form of birth control.

Also, regardless of whether there is sperm or not, there are still risks of STI transmission if engaging in the kinds of sexual activity that have STI transmission risks associated with them.

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