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Should you wash sperm out of your vagina after intercourse?

Should you wash sperm out of your vagina after intercourse?

Excellent hygiene: Yes. This will prevent leakage and the possibility of odor from old sexual secretions. ...Read more

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As soon as possible after being exposed to poison oak or poison ivy, washing the skin and clothes well can help reduce exposure to the offending oil and the ...Read more


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Hi. My husband sperm comes out from my vagina after every intercourse. Is it ok? After sex I lay straight for 40mins then again sperm comes out.

That's okay...: Freshly ejaculated semen is thick and gray-whitish. Within 15-30 minutes, it liquefies and becomes watery for sperms to swim to fulfill their destiny of fertilizing the waiting egg if the environment is right. Naturally, all liquefied semen will flow out of vagina. So, what you described is normal.

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My wife never pregnant. Upon diagnosis we found all reports normal. After intercourse, I noticed some sperms back from vagina. Is it normal or what?

Leaking Semen: Yes. Of course. In many instances semen deposited in the vagina will leak out of the vagina. This is normal. It does not mean that all semen or sperm will leak. ...Read more

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1) need to know where to insert penis inside virgin vagina? 2) sperm spills out after intercourse is it normal? 3) when to have sex to get pregnant?

1) need to know where to insert penis inside virgin vagina? 2) sperm spills out after intercourse is it normal? 3) when to have sex to get pregnant?

Here are...: 1. Direct your erect penis to gently enter her vaginal opening to tear and break her hymen after a good foreplay under consensual consummation.
2. Could be normal if standing up after coitus, but keep lying as long as she can if wishing to conceive.
3. Intercourse more often around 2 weeks before the period since ovulation occurs at that time..

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I pulled my penic out of vegina after intercourse and then sperm is ejjected, is there any chances of pregnency?

I pulled my penic out of vegina after intercourse and then sperm is ejjected, is there any chances of pregnency?

Yes: The amount of sperm in the preejaculate is usually higher than in the actual ejaculated semen. The withdrawal method of birth control is probably the least effective form. Intercourse may always lead to pregnancy unless your partner has no uterus or ovaries. ...Read more

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Do a women feels when sperm falls into her vagina during intercourse?

Do a women feels when sperm falls into her vagina during intercourse?

No: You would have no way of telling if sperm falls into your vagina during intercourse. But assume that it will during intercourse and act accordingly---if you don't want to get pregnant then better to do something before intercourse to prevent pregnancy. ...Read more

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How long does sperm survives in the vagina? Is the first day of sexual intercourse is counted as day one?

How long does sperm survives in the vagina? Is the first day of sexual intercourse is counted as day one?

Sperm survival: Sperm can survive inside a woman's body up to 6-7 days under the right conditions. First day of intercourse would be day 1 ...Read more

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If u wipe sperm using tissue and use the tissue right after having intercourse in your vagina can you get pregnant?

If u wipe sperm using tissue and use the tissue right after having intercourse in your vagina can you get pregnant?

Yes you can: This is unprotected sex, so you can get pregnant or an std or both. It is risky behavior if you wish to avoid pregnancy. Sperm can enter your uterus, via the cervix, ; wiping iside of vagina with tissue won't protect you from pregnancy. It is also potentially traumatic. Condom always for casual sex, bcp for a committed relationship. Tissues are best used for wiping or blowing noses. ...Read more

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Sperm (Definition)

This sperm is a reproductive cell from the male that either carries a x or an y chromosome that will fertilize the egg cell from the female in order ...Read more