When male ejaculation takes place within the vagina, a certain amount of sperm will enter the Fallopian tubes in the natural event of fertilization. The rest will flow from the vagina.
The male produces millions of sperm on ejaculation and it only takes one to make a woman pregnant. It is not the amount of sperm that matters but if it is healthy enough to pass through the reproductive tract and reach the egg.
Yes. There are about 500 million sperm in each ejaculation and it literally only takes one lucky swimmer, to fertilize the ovum & that is PREGNANT!
Yes. The pre-ejaculate may have some sperm cells left from a previous ejaculation.
It only takes _ONE_ sperm cell to fertilize an egg. There are millions of them in just one ejaculation. In reality, if the fingers are not wet with semen, then there wont be much to worry about. yes it only takes one but the chances of a small amount of sperm to make it all the way to the tubes is extremely slim u know out of 500,000 sperm only 250 make it! (this is on ejaculation inside)! so think about this for a second! it is possible but not probable! how my boyfriend says! bh
Yes you can, it only takes one to get to a egg and there are thousands of sperm in a ejaculation and they can live up to 36 hours in the vagina .
No, because before ejaculation, pre-ejaculate is released and this contains sperm, so it can get you pregnant. It only takes one sperm to get pregnant. No even though Pre ejaculate is made in the mans body containing no sperm it does at times get contaminated with sperm from previous ejaculations, however the greatest risk is posed by premature ejaculation that are not even noticed by the male prior to the main ejaculation that comes with orgasm.
It only takes one
A healthy male produces far more sperm than needed: 100 million or so per ejaculation, when it only takes one sperm to fertilize a woman's egg.
It is mainly due to the fact that the millions of sperm entered ito the vagina after ejaculation takes place the semen is released in the cervix. The semen then imeadiately coagulates so that the female retains the sperm
It takes a tremendous amount of restraint and control on the guys part. He has to know that he is about to ejaculate and stop to pull out, no matter how pleasurable the moment is. Also, this method has no effect on the pre-cum, which can contain sperm as well as the actual ejaculation.
There are literally millions of sperm in each ejaculation - so even a small amount of semen is going to contain more than enough sperm to fertilize a mature egg cell - it only takes one to get the job done. Always use birth control and condoms, they prevent pregnancy and sharing STDs.
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It takes only one sperm cell to impregnate a woman. Considering that there are billions of sperm released upon ejaculation, a single orgasm at the right time during a female's ovulation cycle will be more than sufficient to impregnate her.
It doesn't really matter. The healthy male releases around 500,000,000 sperm cells each ejaculation. All it takes is one of those to make her pregnant.
The short answer is NO! any insertion with active sperm or ejaculation CAN produce a pregnancy. There are millions of sperm in each ejaculation and they are all designed with one goal, FIND A WAY TO THE EGG! it only takes 1! Ejaculation outside the vagina that is later carried into the vagina, through fingers, toys, oral even on the outside of a condom are all POSSIBLE venues for pregnancy. The sperm will have to make it through the cervix but the penis doesn't have to even reach that far.
That lubricating fluid is semen. It is the semen that carries the sperm along the at the ejaculation. To answer your question, some sperm is usually present in the pre ejaculate semen/lubricant, but the sperm is released en mass when the ejaculation happens. The problem/opportunity happens when we remember that all it takes is one sperm meeting the egg to cause pregnancy, JUST ONE! So in short the answer is yes their is often semen in the lubricating fluid before, during and after an ejaculation. Even if a man has masturbated hours before, their could still me millions of sperm in his urethra waiting to catch a ride on the seminal fluid.
Men who produce fewer than 20 million sperm cells per ejaculation have a hard time getting women pregnant. While it only takes one sperm cell to do the job, the chances of any one sperm cell making it all the way to and then into the egg are very, very small. To have a realistic chance takes millions of sperm cells.
Full ejaculation is not necessary for a woman to get pregnant. During sex, men will pass fluids (not ejaculatory semen) that may carry a few sperm. It only takes one sperm to fertilize an egg.
during intercourse a man excretes 'precum'. This is simply the prerequisite of a mans ejaculation of his sperm into a womans vagina. The precum does have sperm and you can most definitely get pregnant from even small amounts of sperm. It only takes one to win the race!
no,it takes a large amount,and you cant get pregnant your first time
Because out of a normal ejaculation of 200 million sperms, 90% are deformed which is normal. The actually fertilize an egg it only takes one.
The time spent for men's ejaculation varies widely according to many factors. The problem is : no ejaculation or precocious ejaculation.
There is definitely enough. Most of the sperm in fact comes from the pre-cum.----------------------Whoever made the previous answer, has no clue what he is talking about.Sperm and ejaculatory fluid are made at entirely different places in male body."Sperm" is a term describing sperm cells, while pre-ejaculatory fluid is body's natural way of removing acidity from urethra (that is present because of urine -it pases trough the same canal as sperm).Pre-ejaculatory fluid or "precum" is made in Cowper's Gland, and serves to protect sperm that is on its way to leave the body of the male. It also serves as a natural lubricant.Also, pre-ejaculatory fluid contains NO sperm, UNLESS it "picks it up" from the previous ejaculation. And in those cases that there is some sperm left, it is accepted that it is around the 2% of total ejaculation. (Full healthy ejaculation contains around 200 millions of sperm cells)Urination before sex kills leftover sperm in your urethra and washes out anything else.It is still debated whether amount of sperm that remains in pre-ejaculatory fluid after ejaculation is enough for pregnancy, but common sense and research thus far claim that chances for it are extremely small, because of the sheer numbers of sperm cells it takes for a successful pregnancy, and because pre-ejaculatory fluid alone is not a good composition for sperm to live in.Full ejaculation contains liquids that "feed" the sperm, which is absent in pre-ejaculation fluid alone.And to those claiming that "it takes only one sperm to fertilize and egg", I must disagree.It is like saying that it took 1 allied soldier to kill Hitler in World War 2.But would it have been enough if Allies sent only 1 soldier.... or 1 battalion on Normandy, France, Germany and the Berlin?Would such a small force be enough to break trough and kill Hitler?Likely not.Sperm is simple and stupid.It's main advantage is in numbers. Without them, pregnancy has a minimum chance to occur.It is medicaly accepted that men with less than 15 million sperm/ml are infertile.
Sperm production takes about seventy-two days to develop in the male reproductive organs. After ejaculation they can live in the female for up to 5 days, but at room temperate - outside of the body, they will die within a couple hours - depending on the environment.