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If i had sperm on my hands, then immediately rinsed my hands& went pee, if sperm could still be on my hand&get on the toilet paper& cause pregnancy?

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Dr. Robert Killian
General Practice

In brief: Asked and Answered

Your question was graciously and accurately answered already.
There is no risk of any sort in your scenario. Please ask a new question if you have more to learn here. But your question has now been repeatedly answered.

In brief: Asked and Answered

Your question was graciously and accurately answered already.
There is no risk of any sort in your scenario. Please ask a new question if you have more to learn here. But your question has now been repeatedly answered.
Thank
Dr. Mike Siroky
Urology

In brief: Pregnancy

Very very unlikely to lead to pregnancy.
Sperm has to be deposited near the cervix deep inside the vagina so have a reasonable chance of causing a pregnancy.

In brief: Pregnancy

Very very unlikely to lead to pregnancy.
Sperm has to be deposited near the cervix deep inside the vagina so have a reasonable chance of causing a pregnancy.
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