Urinating right away after unprotected intercourse does not prevent pregnancy, according to Medicalnewstoday. Urination can help clear bacteria from the urethra and lower the chance of developing urinary tract infections, but it has little impact in preventing pregnancy.
There's been a lot of myths that urinating right after intimacy helps to prevent pregnancy. Numerous scientific studies prove it wrong as urinating after intimacy will not flush out all the sprem that enters cervix
When a sperm fertilises an egg, pregnancy results. Usually, this takes place in the fallopian tubes after intimacy. After fertilisation, the fertilised egg implants in the uterine lining, signalling the start of pregnancy. Urinating immediately after intimacy won't stop this procedure from occurring.
Use effective contraceptives, such as condoms, birth control tablets, intrauterine devices (IUDs), or other means of contraception, if you're worried about preventing pregnancy. It's crucial to consult a healthcare professional about the contraceptives that are best suited to your needs and situation.
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