No, contact with air does not kill or harm sperm cells in any way.
Coming in contact with the air ends up killing the majority of sperm. As well, using household cleaners anywhere on the genitals is very dangerous and will not kill sperm.
Yes, but sperm will die within minutes once out in the open in any case. As the air dries out the semen the sperm dies.
Hello. No perfume will not kill sperm. Spermicidal jelly will kill sperm.
Bacon does not kill sperm.
No, blood could not kill a sperm.
No. There is nothing you can take to kill sperm.
Asthma inhalers do not kill sperm.
Yes. Air will not kill the sperm instantly. The semen keeps the sperm fresh ready to be released inside the vagina. The semen needs to dry out before the sperm dies out in the open.
Stress does not kill sperm, but an cause low sperm count or erectile dysfunction.
Yes. Chlorine kills all bugs including sperm. Hello. Chlorine in a swimming pool will not kill sperm. Spermicidal jelly or condoms will kill sperm. Sperm dies naturally a few hours after coming into contact with air. Sperm can live for up to 5 days inside a womans body. Yes, it will. But, if he comes directly inside you it won't kill them before they can get to the safe area inside your uterus. If he comes into the water instead you are safe though.
You can kill the sperm which is outside of the body, which is on your legs or torso. But washing does not kill any sperm that has entered the vaginal tract.
No, it does not. Dont know of anything that kills sperm that is injested but there are things that weaken sperm, drugs, alcohol, smoking. Once the sperm enter the air they dont survive very long, either.
Quite a few. Sperm cells die when exposed to things ranging from dry air and alcohols to nonoxynol-9, a spermicide.
No urine will not kill any sperms.
Although the male urine will not kill sperm, the sperm will die once it's left the body anyway.
Spermacides kill sperm. The most common is nonoxynol-9.
You should not need to kill sperm if it is outside of the body, sperm must be near the vaginal opening or inside of the vagina in order to impregnate someone. And in that case their are "spermicides" that are used to "kill sperm".
No Saline does not kill sperm. It is not acidic enough to damage the sperm. bleach can. and spermicide can and I'm sure more things can.
if the sperm comes in contact with the urine it will kill the sperm
Urine does kill sperm, but once the sperm has entered the vagina, it's unlikely to kill all, or even most of it. In fact, our bodies produce chemicals specifically intended to neutralize the acid in urine to protect the sperm.
Assuming you're talking about condom lubricant, no. You CAN purchase spermicide condoms that will kill sperm. Lubricant such as KY jelly will not kill sperm nor prevent pregnancy. For a lubricant designed to kill sperm, look for the ingredient nonoxynol 9. There are even condoms that have this chemical.