Condoms don't prevent pregnancy by killing sperm, they prevent pregnancy by capturing sperm cells when the man ejaculates. Once a man ejaculates in a woman's vagina without a condom there is nothing a condom can retroactively do to prevent pregnancy. Best to put on a condom before intercourse. If you have ejaculated in a woman the best way to prevent pregnancy is the "morning after pill". It's a dose of hormones that can prevent ovulation.
AnswerHell yea! I mean any sperm can get you pregnant!
He does not ovaculat he ejaculates...and yes you can, because the sperm "swim" and will find their way.
the sperm inside the condom cannot impregnate you. However if there is a hole or split in the condom the sperm that escapes can. Although condoms are coated in spermicide it will not kill all of the sperm.
Many condoms are made with a spermicidal chemical that kills sperm, but if this is not present then, yes the sperm inside a condom can get you pregnant.
Yes, condom rips can let the sperm into the vagina, through the cervix and into the uterus where sperm can meet the egg. You should use a condom along with spermicide.
Yes, you can get pregnant if you have sex without a condom, because the pre-ejaculate fluid can contain sperm.
This happens when the man ejaculates inside the woman's virgina.
A condom is like a rubber tube so when it's on the penis it's tight around it so no semen can leak out when he ejaculates into it. The semen stays at the top of the condom.
The sperm does not die any faster inside a condom than it would outside the body, unless you buy the condoms that have spermicidal lubricant in them. Still, not 100% of them die.
I'm a doctor, the bubbles are most likely sperm that is left inside of the used condom. If the condom is lubricated, the mixture creates a bubbly substance. -John.
sperm doesnt expire it just helps if you use a condom so that when you decide to have sex you dont have the sperm inside you trying to fertilize your eggs .
Through sexual intercourse where the male ejaculates inside her.
If it's ON the condom instead of IN the condom that means it's inside the girl and the sperms can start swimming, so yes.
No, the majority of the sperm would have already moved past the cervix, out of reach of the spermicide.
Yes, that is what a condom is for. However, no form of contraception is guaranteed to be 100 percent safe/effective.As long as the condom does not have a tear or leak, it is safe as the sperm will collect in the condom only.
This really is not a practical question. When a man ejaculates then sperm is released which is caught in the condom hence why you should be safe however condoms are never 100% effective. If you have had sex then discard the condom then fool around while there is still sperm on the penis you risk getting pregnant. I think if you need to ask these questions you are not mature enough to have sex.
No condoms do not kill sperm. If they did I wouldn't be a teen mother
No, go for fresh sperm and enjoy!!!
When a man ejaculates in a condom and takes it off, some of his sperm may still be on his penis. As such, if he penetrates his partner again, sperm may be pushed in the vagina, thus making her at risk of becoming pregnant.
it catches the sperm inside it and stops it from fertilizing the egg
There is a chance if a man ejaculates inside the anus that a small amount of semen could accumulate, but will be excreted shortly there after. There is a chance if a man ejaculates inside the anus that a small amount of semen could accumulate, but will be excreted shortly there after.
Condoms! Don't have sex without a condom!
Yes it does. A spermicidal condom usually kills all sperm trapped inside the condom which prevents pregnancy.