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    An_226652 posted:
    after sexual intercourse how soon after can i urinate?Is it true to just lie there?or is it ok to get up directly after
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    trinionboard responded:
    By the way guys i was pregnant last year at 39 and had a missed-miscarriage am going to be the big 40 and to be honest i am scared but i really want to have a family now
     
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    Peterson_C_1989 responded:
    From what I know/have read it is good to lie there (I have heard from some places with hips raised other places it says the hips being raised doesn't help so just lay flat) for atleast 15-30 mins. If its been 15-30 mins going to the bathroom should be fine.


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