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Does pee have sperm in it ?

I was out playing golf with my dad in March or somewhere around that time. And, later that day I had to go to the bathroom really bad. I went to the stalls that both men and women can use (because that s the only bathrooms they had on the coarse), and in the ONLY stall they had, had pee in it and the seat was up so I knew a guy had gone before me. I didn t flush the toilet.(very bad choice). Anyway, some of the urine splashed in between my legs and butt. And I m kind of worried if I m pregnant or not... I ve seen this one show called I Didn t Know I Was Pregnant and it s making me feel even more worried. I haven t had my period in a while (since July... that s when I had my first period) and I am very skinny and haven t shown signs of any pregnancy. I ve also heard that women who are pregnant can have periods. is that true? But the real question I want you to answer is: does pee have sperm in it? If so, what are the chances of getting pregnant ? Please tell me, I m only 14. I can t take care of a child at this age!
Asked On : Thu, 11 Nov 2010
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hi,thanks for query.urine does not contain sperms.There are no chances of pregnancy by this way.The sperms need to enter vagina in way for pregnancy to happen.There has to be some other reason for you to miss your periods.please see your doctor.
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