Peeing has nothing to do with it. And if you don't already know that , you're way to young to be having sex. Birth control AND a condom are only 90% effective in stopping pregnancy. Abstinence is the only way not to get pregnant.
Anytime you have sex - especially unprotected sex, you are at risk for getting pregnant, as well as getting STDs. Urinating, douching, etc... will not prevent pregnancy, and even condoms and other forms of birth control are not 100% effective. The only way to prevent pregnancy 100% of the time is to practice abstinence.
You do realize that you pee out of a different "hole" than you have sex in, don't you? You pee out of your urethra, you have sex (and give birth) out of your vagina. So peeing wouldn't "flush" out anything.
Women have three openings "down there"- urine comes out of a completely different place than from the vagina. Cleaning up like women do after using the toilet can reduce the possibility of an infection when done after sex. However, any sperm wiped up when using toilet paper is not actually inside of you, and would most likely not result in pregnancy anyway. To be honest, and I'm not trying to sound mean... if you have to ask this question, you should really learn a little more about anatomy and biology before you have sex again. And more than anything else, you need to use protection EVERY SINGLE TIME you have sex, to protect yourself from STD's and reduce the chance of pregnancy. Good luck, and stay safe <3
YES!! You are confused. It's a great idea to pee right after sex to flush out any possible bacteria that may lead to UTR( urinary track infection) NOWHERE does it say peeing flushes out sperm which leads to pregnancy. It's good you asked because you were wayyyy off.
If you don't know the answer to this, you are TOO YOUNG to have sex. Urine leaves the body through the urethra - which is part of the urinary tract. Sperm enters the body via the vagina - which is part of the reproductive system. The two are not connected. Get some literature about sex or talk to your mother.
PS... Condoms are available at gas stations, grocery stores, and pharmacies.