Sperm cannot live outside the body for very long, but there is a minute possibility that some could survive in this scenario long enough to cause pregnancy.
Yes, in principal, but as long as sperm enters the vagina then there is a chance of a pregnancy. The penis could ejaculate just outside the vagina and sperm may seep inside quickly thus causing pregnancy. This is why the withdrawl method (removing the penis from the vagina at the point of climax) of contraception is not flawless. Besides this, the penis can leak sperm into the vagina before withdrawl and climax.
Sperm can live and be active in the vagina for at least three days.
Inside the vagina, a sperm can live for up to five days depending on the conditions.
No...The sperm cell do not actually stays long in the vagina because it is acidic...the males produces a liquid to protect the sperm when it travels through the vagina
till it goes in the vagina
Sperm has to enter the vagina in order to get pregnant. Even if the sperm makes it in it has a long hard journey to make it to the egg.
Sure. As long as it's your partner's vagina.
as long as the penis enters the vagina.. it doesn't matter what you wear.
as long as none of the sperm entered the vagina then one would not get pregnant
Yes. As long as sperm is in/near the vagina she can get pregnant.
about 3-5 days
The egg never enters the vagina. It goes no further than into the uterus (womb).
You don't "hold" sperm. It is deposited there during sex and will stay alive within a vagina for 5-6 days.
Sperm can live outside of the vagina anywhere from a few minuets to a few hours.
how long can sperm stay alive if kept in a sealed container until incerting into the vagina?
When sperm has been ejaculated into the vagina, it can remain active for up to 5 days.
sperm can stay inside the vaginal flora for 3 days or 72 hours.
Doesn't matter what position you are in as long as the semen goes into the vagina.
Sperm can live inside the vagina up to 5 days. However outside of the vagina they only live for a few minuets to a few hours when the oxygen hits them.
Sperm in the cervical mucus of a woman's vagina can survive for up to seven days. Without the cervical mucus to both nourish and protect the sperm, the sperm will die within one-half to four hours. Anyone who has touched semen should - wash and dry - or at least wipe off-before touching the vulva or vagina.
Sperm have a very short life span inside the testes and scrotum, which are specifically designed to keep sperm alive, so outside of it, they don't last long. Even if the sperm is "deposited" on the inner thigh close to the vagina, it's pretty much impossible to get her pregnant without it depositing it directly into the vagina.