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Need advice on toilet pregnancy

Hi,

I am really worried right now. I masturbated yesterday in my room, and I cleaned up then I went to the toilet. When I peed, I might have gotten some pee by the side of the toilet seat. Does the sperm still live?

My sister went in right after I came out. Can my sister be pregnant?
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replied November 24th, 2011
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
Sperms are known to be alive in wet and warm environment for hours. You should have considered pouring water to clean up the urine that might have fallen on the toilet seat. If she has got it close to vagina (during the use of the toilet seat) and if she was during her fertile days at the time, she can be at risk for pregnancy. Discuss about the possibilities with her and inform your parents to see if emergency contraception can be used to prevent pregnancy. Wait and watch for her next periods.
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