There's no need to worry. Getting pregnant isn't that easy.1
It's unlikely that sperm survive for 2 hours.
On a dry surface, such as clothing or bedding, sperm are dead by the time the semen has dried. In water, such as a warm bath or hot tub, they'll likely live longer because they thrive in warm, wet places. But the odds that sperm in a tub of water ...
This is a wonderful explanation of inflammation, although a bit technical.
Inflammation, the immune response of body tissues to injury or infection, is an important component of innate immunity. The inflammatory process involves a complex biological cascade of molecular and cellular signals that alter physiological responses, ultimately ...
WebMD.com has some insight into this, and based on their report wearing loose light underwear wouldn't have as much effect on your sperm count.
Keep your scrotum cool, because heat slows down the making of sperm.
To do this, avoid hot baths, wear boxers instead of briefs, and try
not to wear tight pants.
And mayoclinic. com agrees with the above ...