By Anonymous - 04/12/2011 07:35 - United States
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Max- while it's true that it is not longer sterile when it is removed from the body, I think that the second or less that it has to eject from the boyfriend's urethra on to the body of his girlfriend gives it less time to come in contact with contaminants. But you know, her skin isn't sterile, and neither is the air, so your point is made rather moot.
Keyman- It's sterile until it leaves the bladder. On it's way out, it comes into contact with the bacteria and contaminants in the urethra, so by the time it's coming out, of the body, it has already lost it's sterility. Rather than insulting you, I'll just try to educate you so you're no longer making up crap.
Alright everyone, calm down. Urine is sterile, but there is typically some bacteria in the urethra that can get into the urine. It isn't enough to cause an infection, but it cam be enough to cause a false-positive urine culture. That said, urine is potable under dire circumstances, and it's safe for "water sports". Now can we all move on?