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ok, so i feel really silly asking this, but honestly have no idea what to do about this! Embarassed

so now that im on the nuvaring, my bf (who HATES condoms) wants to try having sex without them once we start running low. (using some sort of back up like spermacide of course)

my question is... how would i get the semen out of my vagina??
should i buy a douche or something?
i was thinking about it and it totally confused me! lol
and i dont wanna leave it in there.. that would make me nervous.

any advice?? please and thank you!
<3 LadyAllie
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replied March 4th, 2008
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p.s. this probably wont happen for a while, but im still curious.
were hella stocked up on condoms! his dr gave us a whole bag of em when he went to see him. it was purdy funny!
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replied March 6th, 2008
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Gravity does a great job of "removing" semen from the vagina. It will just flow out. Urinate after intercourse. This will help clean out any bacteria from intercourse. Douches are not recommended. Most of them remove the natural bacteria that are in the vagina and the result can be yeast infections. I hope this helps.
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replied March 8th, 2008
How does urinating after intercourse clean anything in the vagina? Urine doesn't doesn't go in or out of the vagina.

Some semen will seep out, but most will travel to its intended destination before you could remove it even if it were possible.
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replied March 8th, 2008
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The urethra is tucked up under the opening of the vaginal canal. Yes, urine does help flush bacteria post intercourse. Most gyn. will tell you to urinate after sex for this reason. I have inserted hundreds of foley catheters as an RN. You can not access the urethra except through the vaginal opening.
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replied March 8th, 2008
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Urine flushes bacteria away from the urethra, preventing urinary tract infections. It will not prevent vaginal infections, however it is still important to do. My urethra is not inside of my vagina, just so you know. Is it part of the vulva? Yes. But mine is not inside of my vagina and as such, is not going to remove anything from INSIDE my vagina.

As for semen, it's kinda icky but you just have to let gravity do the work. When you go to the bathroom after sex, if you squeeze your vaginal muscles you can usually get most of it out. That's some slimy wiping, I assure you! Lots of toilet paper.

It will sometimes start oozing out when you're still trying to get up and go to the bathroom so my suggestion is to have kleenex nearby and fold some up into your panties to make the trip to the toilet!

Hm. The urethra in the drawing below does not seem to be inside of the vagina!! It is part of the VULVA but it's not underneath any vagina folds as far as I can see. Neither is mine.
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replied March 8th, 2008
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thank you ladies
i figured that basically the only way was to let gravity do the work, but i wasnt sure. lol. Embarassed

when i asked my dr about UTIs and how to avoid them (cuz i had heard they were more common when sexually active) and she said the best way to avoid them is by urinating after intercourse, cuz it cleans everything out. so that makes sense to me. Confused

lol yea thats gonna be some slimy wiping. Shocked

thanks for the tips!
<3 LadyAllie Very Happy
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replied April 24th, 2009
question to ladies...?
I am a newly wed in the army, and have always had an affinity for inventing things.
The other day me and my wife were talking about this exact subject, and what possible ways we could efficiently clean the mess i make after every time we have sex.
i had an idea...and my question to you all is if there were a disposable product that you could use to safely and comfortably remove semen from your vagina after sex, would you buy it from the local drug stores hygiene aisle if it caught your eye?

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replied July 24th, 2011
I definitely would. i had my tubes tied and had nova sure done so I am done having children. I am allergic to latex condoms and my bf does't always pull out. I hate having that stuff in me. It smells and makes me uncomfortable. What's your invention?
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replied July 24th, 2011
I definitely would. Check out my profile and email me the info ok? Thanks!
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replied July 24th, 2011
They do have female condoms. I have never seen one, nor used one, but they are out there, especially for the stubborn male who doesn't like to wear a condom himself. I have heard they are larger of course than a male condom, and I assume it has to have some way of anchoring it so it doesn't "fall out" during sex. It would be something to definitely research or have your wife or girlfriend talk to their GYN doc about. Good luck.
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replied May 11th, 2009
can you 'squeeze' semen out of the vagina, and avoid pregnancy
I know this sounds like a stupid question, but I read somewhere that if you sqeeze your pelvic floor muscles after sex, you avoid pregnancy.
is this true??
thanks
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replied July 24th, 2011
Sorry charlotte but there will still be some of semen that cannot be squeezed out, no matter how hard you push. Semen is only the fluid used by the male to deliver the sperm, so by the time you are finished, believe me, there are still sperm that are on their intended trip, to fertilize an ovum. The best way to prevent any from reaching their intended path is the male wearing a comdom, or you using a Diaphgram (SP) along with spermicide. Urinating after sex is good advice, as I used to get horrible bladder infections when married to my first husband and the Navy doctor told me to urinate after sex and then wash the area to help stop a bladder infection from developing. Of course, using the Diaphgram, won't stop the yucky stuff. The only way to prevent that is for the male to wear a condom.
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replied May 11th, 2009
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Re: can you 'squeeze' semen out of the vagina, and avoid pregnan
charlottemorris1689 wrote:
I know this sounds like a stupid question, but I read somewhere that if you sqeeze your pelvic floor muscles after sex, you avoid pregnancy.
is this true??
thanks


No definately not true. If sperm enters your vagina there is a chance of pregnancy. Squeezing your muscles after sex will keep your vaginal muscles toned though.
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replied November 19th, 2009
If you listen to the wishes of your boyfriend and some of the "advice" you have been given, you are bound to end up with an unwanted pregnancy. Get your nuvaring prescription refilled, or abstain from intercourse until you do! Talk to your doctor, for heaven's sake!
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replied February 18th, 2012
hi
HI,
Wud like to know that I had sex last nite..after few hours while in washrum sperms get out of my vagina. Just wanted to knw Do ii get pregnent or not.
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replied February 18th, 2012
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Yes, there is a chance that you can get pregnant. What came out of you a few hours later was his semen with some dead sperm. The live sperm went up your cervix within the first 20 minutes after he ejaculated.
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replied April 27th, 2012
Hey ,, sorry but hmm ,, i'm a boy exactly ... I just have sex this afternoon ,, I accidentally cum in my Gf vagina ... I know if my sperm will come out ,, when i pull my pennis out ,, the sperm came out in the end of the vagina ... as soon as possible my girl friend stand up and then she jump as she could do ... After that my Gf was peeing : My Question is : can my GF get pregnant ? please answer it Thanks
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replied April 27th, 2012
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Yes, she can get pregnant. It is however not assured that she will get pregnant. At this stage the only thing she can do is take emergency contraceptives like Plan B.

Why on earth are you having sex without a condom?
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replied April 27th, 2012
So ? what should I do ? Please help ,, hmm maybe you can say that i'm the boy who doesn't like condom ... ahh ,, I regret what I have done :'( ... thx for replay
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replied April 27th, 2012
Hey ,, sorry but can somebody give me some advice so that my Gf not pregnant ... I live in Indonesia ,, in Indonesia if my Gf pregnant so their parents will separate us forever ... I Love My Gf so much i do not want to lose her forever especially :'( ...
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replied December 18th, 2012
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Hopefully it worked out for you Zabuza. And ladies, "disposable vaginal cleaner from stores" BABY WIPES. Try 'em Wink
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replied January 2nd, 2013
I can not understand why you woman, do not understand what happens with your body during sex and Orgasim .

When a woman climaxes during penetrative sex and whilst lying on her back

(Best position for conceiving)

During the Orgasim the neck of the uterus (Cervix) arches down and back towards your anus and it has been found to create a negative pressure within the uterus as the male ejaculate pools within the vagina the uterus dips its neck into the pool of seamen and sucks up small amounts of semen thus starting it journey on to find the ovam. Come on Ladies why are you told to lie on your back after intercourse IF WANTING TO CONCEIVE and then place a small rolled up towel under your bottom and remain in that position for some 20 to 30 minutes.

This action of the uterus has not only been recorded in medical books it has also been recorded on film. It clearly shows the uterus arching backwards during Orgasim and sucking up small amounts of Semen.

So if you have had unprotected sexual intercourse and both reached climax no matter how much you squeeze your pelvic floor mussels or jump up or down Or wash-out, an amount of semen that is enough to get you pregnant is already on its way and if you have no form of contraception in force you are at a very high risk of getting Pregnant.

I hope this has helped, as for our RN's on this site talking about passing urine after intercourse you have got that RIGHT however you missed the most important part that those little swimmers are well on there way.
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replied April 10th, 2013
Hi, I have a question that I can't seem to find an answer to...My husband and I had sex the other day, and of course after he ejaculated, it all leaked out. But then the next day, when we were having sex, he pulled out to put some more lube on, before we continued, and he noticed that there white chunks were on his penis. at this point, he had not ejaculated yet, so we figured that the white stuff was just left over from the day before. I know that douches aren't a good option, and we use an all natural lube, that has no residue, so I don't think the white chunks that were on his penis could have been from the lube. With this being said, how can I clean out the vaginal canal without using a douche?
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replied April 10th, 2013
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Do kegels on the toilet after sex. This will squeeze your vagina and force the fluids out.

His semen will liquify completely after about 15 to 30 minutes and flow out. So unless he ejaculated chunks, it is unlikely to be from him.

At some stages of your monthly cycle, your creamy cervical mucus can be 'whipped up' to look like flakes from the pumping motion.

White chunks are common for yeast infections. It is possible (but unusual) that you can get a yeast infection without realizing it. Any itching?
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replied April 10th, 2013
What is a kegel? Alright, and I did just get off my period less than a week ago. Not itching, but a little burning. My husband was inspecting my lady parts after the last incident, and he noticed that my vaginal entrance was really red and irritated. We've only been married since January, so all of this is very new to us.
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replied April 10th, 2013
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Kegels is an exercise every woman should be doing. You can google it to find out how to do it. Doing it every day will also make sex for you and your husband better and more fun. It exercises the muscles in your pelvic floor and around your vagina. These are the muscles that maintains your vaginal tone and are responsible for the contractions that are so pleasurable during your orgasm. Doing kegels on the toilet after sex will squeeze out his semen. It is anyways a good idea to pee after sex to reduce your risk of an UTI, so just do it then.

Make sure you stay well lubricated and slippery the whole time. If you get dry, it is going to be painful and you can even cause a tear and bleeding. A silicone based or water based personal lubricant can do wonders for your sex life. Make putting it on a part of foreplay. You can find it where they sell condoms.
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replied June 14th, 2013
i have a question, me and my gf feel ready to have sex, but she wants me to not use a condom, she said that if we do it right after (o during -i really don't remember-) her period she wont be fertile, so is it true that when you are not fertile after or during your period, you wont get pregnant??
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