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Will peeing after ejaculation kill sperms?

Hi my name is Brooke and I wa wondering if you could answer a few questions I have. I have been looking up multiple answers throughout the past three days. My boyfriend and I were messing around and being sexual and I gave him a blowjob and a handjob. He didn t cum but he precumed and after he precumed he fingered me and without thinking I put my finger in my vagina and once I realized what I just did I went to the bathroom and washed my hands and washed inside my vagina with soap and water. I saw on the Internet that if u pee after ejaculation it kills the sperm left over from the last ejaculation, is this true? I asked him when the last time it was when he ejaculated and he said the day befor and he has urinated a lot since. I want children but not yet. Can you please help me? Thank you so much!
Asked On : Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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hi dear, although it may not kill but it may flush away the sperms. but ur concern should not be this, even the precum contains sperms. so dont think that complete ejaculation is needed, although chances are less, but they r there. please get an urine pregnancy test done.
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Answered: Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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