Body Fluids That Can NOT Get You Pregnant
- Nasal Secretions
- Vitreous Humor
- Cerebral Spinal Fluid
Body Fluids That CAN Get You Pregnant
What About Urine?: The first, and sometimes second, time a man urinates after he has ejaculated (come), it is possible to find some viable (living) sperm in his urine. However, sperm do not survive well in urine for a number of reasons, and therefore the risk of becoming pregnant from urine is essentially zero. Theoretically, it might be possible for a woman to get pregnant if:
- The man peeing had recently ejaculated.
- He was peeing onto your vagina.
However, I do not know of any reported pregnancies that could be linked to such behaviors. It seems highly doubtful that such an event would lead to pregnancy, but I suppose it is theoretically possible. In any event, you do not have to worry about pregnancy from urine that is being splashed up from a toilet.
Engelbertz F, Korda JB, Engelmann U, Rothschild M, Banaschak S. Longevity of
spermatozoa in the post-ejaculatory urine of fertile men. Forensic Sci Int. 2010