Asked in Needs a Topic
Needs a Topic
Does semen survive after being washed out of a bath tub with soap?
Asked in Nursing
Is it important to keep a patient covered during a bed bath except for the part being washed?
Yes, for warmth and privacy, it's important to keep the patient as covered as possible during a bed bath. ...
If someone ejaculates in a bath tub and then a while later a girl fills the tub with really hot water and has a bath for 5 minutes what are the chances of her being pregnant?
sperm does not die when it hits water. this is a myth.. sperm swims. this is what it does best, if it were that easy contraception would be really easy. exposure does not kill the sperm either. if this were true ivf and sperm donations would not be possible. however if all the semen is thoroughly washed away and not just sitting in the tub it is very unlikely. ...
Asked in Domestic Dogs
What you do if the dog is afraid of being washed?
I have a dog that really does not like being washed. So I tried sevral experiments and over all only 1 worked. so here it goes, if your dog has a particular toy or treat they really like, put it on a trail leading to the bathtub. put his favorite, FAVORITE toy into a plastic hamster wheel kind of thing. your dog will jump into the bath. when he is in, release the toy and that will distract him/her so it...
How often should bath towels be washed?
The frequency of washing bath towels greatly depends on the usage and persons who use it. If it is for kids and babies, it is better to wash and dry them everyday to remain clean and soft and also as you would like to subject them to least risk. Bath towels, if hung properly to dry after each use, can be washed once in three or four days. However, if you have any skin allergies or dermatological problems, it serves best...
Can you get your girlfriend pregnant by just sharing a bath together?
Assuming that all you do is share a bath together then no you cannot get her pregnant. However if you have intercourse, or engage is other forms of sex play where semen is near enough to enter her vagina then you could. But, if you are just taking a bath together, with out releasing bodily fluids, there is no risk of pregnancy. ...
Asked in Chlamydia
Can you get chlamydia from a toilet seat towel or bath?
From simple sharing of a bath towel, or being in a pool, hot tub, or bath tub, chlamydia is not transferred from an infected person. ...
Asked in Laundry
Is it safe to bathe in sun laundry detergent?
Of course it is. remember that after you bathe, you will dry yourself with a towel that was washed in laundry detergent, and sleep in sheets, and put on clothes all washed with laundry detergent. Laundry detergent does not have the moisturizers that are in most bubble bath soaps, but so what. Have you ever heard of anyone getting sick from a bath? But then don't drink it, or put it in your eyes...like any other soap. ...
Can you get genital herpes using the bath tub after some one has used it?
No, herpes doesn't like to survive in fluids. It also doesn't live out side of the body for more then a few seconds. If you shared the bath or had intercourse in the bath with this person then you would be more likely to get it. ...
Asked in Pregnancy
If a man and women take a bath commonly then does the women get pregnant?
Merely sharing a bath will not get a woman pregnant, even if the man would ejaculate into the water. Getting pregnant pretty much requires intercourse, or at least that semen is directly transferred onto the woman's genitals. ...