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When it dries it dies. Depends on the environment its in.
As a general rule, sperm can survive outside of the body for up to three hours in the open air in ideal conditions. sperm deposited onto materials or objects generally are dead once the seminal fluid has dried.
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How long does sperm live in open air?

Sperm can not live in open air. However; sperm when ejaculated are not in open air. The ejaculate fluid (semen) protects the sperm. So long as the sperm remain wet and w

How long can sperm survive?

Outside the body 10 min at most. In the uterus 5-6 days. The answer depends on a number of factors. On a dry surface sperm are dead by the time the semen has dried. In water s

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How long can sperm live in open air?

"Sperm dries out very quickly when it's outside the body - and once it's dried, the sperm die almost at once. How quickly it dries depends a lot on what the surface is."

How long does sperm live in the open air?

Sperm can not live in open air. However; sperm when ejaculated are not in open air. The ejaculate fluid (semen) protects the sperm. So long as the sperm remain wet and w

How long can sperm survive out of the body?

The answer depends on a number of factors. On a dry surface sperm are dead by the time the semen has dried. In water sperm will live longer. Inside a woman's body, sperm can l

How long does human sperm survive?

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How long can Hiv virus survive in open air?

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