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Getting The Reproductive Cell Out Of The Body After Lovemaking, Is It Possible?

A quiet number of people may wish to get rid of the reproductive cell from the private part after lovemaking. It is either for hygienic reasons or to try to avoid conceiving.

The male reproductive fluid is a combination of various minerals, vitamins, and the reproductive cell itself. The male reproductive cell, when entangled with a female's egg, may lead to pregnancy.

Usually, the male fluid enters the uterus within some minutes of release. The reproductive cell can live inside of the woman's part for up to like 7days. Once it gets into the uterus, there is no scientifically proven way of getting rid of it.

Between few minutes or several hours after lovemaking, some remnant fluid may come out of the woman's part. Although some of this may contain the man's reproductive cell as well, and it may consist of some of the mixtures of the proteins, and vitamins.

Some anecdotal shreds of evidence suggest that there are ways to get rid of the male reproductive fluid from the woman's part, but there is no scientific proof to support the claims. The followings are some of the proposed techniques.

1. URINATION: Some people think that urinating after lovemaking can flush out the male's reproductive cell from the woman's private area. However, as the urine comes out of the urethra, peeing after lovemaking would not remove the cell from the woman's private area.

2. USE OF VINEGAR: There is no scientific evidence to prove this, as some people think that inserting vinegar into the private part would kill the male's reproductive cell due to its level of acidity. Remember, putting vinegar into your private part may lead to irritation.

3. TAKING SHOWER OR DOUCHING: Many people may shower or douche to try to remove the fluid from the private area, but it is unlikely to work as the bathing water will not reach the reproductive cell in the private area.

Moreover, there is little evidence behind any effective way of removing reproductive fluid from the woman's part. If you are attempting to remove the reproductive fluid or cell from the private area to prevent pregnancy, you should contact a doctor. He, the doctor may be able to prescribe contraception.


For people that do not wish to conceive, there are several ways to ensure you do not get it. Some use hormonal and non-hormonal birth controls, but other individuals may consider natural or surgical.

1. Hormonal: The hormonal method include the pills, the mini pill, and Intrauterine devices ( IUDs). It differs in terms of dosage and administration but they all contain the hormones that prevent ovulation ( release of an egg).

2. Non-hormonal: These may include non-hormonal IUDs and diaphragms.

3. The Natural Methods: It may include abstinence ( choosing not to have intimacy at all).

4. Surgical Methods: Include tubal ligations ( involving cutting and tying of the fallopian tubes).

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