Sperm can live outside of the vagina anywhere from a few minuets to a few hours.
When sperm has been ejaculated into the vagina, it can remain active for up to 5 days.
Pre-cum can definitely contain sperm, and sperm can survive in a woman's body for up to 7 days. Hope it helps.
After ejaculation in vagina sperm can usually survive for maximum 4 days
Human sperm cells die quickly if they dry out. As long as they remain wet, however (as they would in a vagina), they can live for 24 to 48 hours.
How long sperm can survive within the female body depends on the phase of her menstrual cycle, vaginal environment, and male fertility. Generally speaking the sperm will only survive for a few hours because the vagina is acidic, but if there is fertile cervical mucus present it may survive for as long as a week.
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.
2,3,4 ,7 or even two weeks but this is rare.all depends .
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 can live and be active in the vagina for at least three days.
The chances of that happening are like non existent. Sperm can not survive outside the vagina very long.
There is nothing in precum or cowpers fluid that can survive as it is made without any sperm. It can however in some cases carry sperm from previous ejaculations. Sperm can survive about 4 days in the woman's uterus etc . That means you can get one pregnat by having sex 4 or five days before ovulation.
Inside the vagina, a sperm can live for up to five days depending on the conditions.
no, sperm cant last long outside the human body and if its dry then there's no way it is alive.
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
Sperm cannot survive for long outside the body, unless special laboratory environments are provided. Without such special circumstances, and depending on the particulars (e.g., fluid, temperature), sperm can survive only a matter of minutes.
Sperm ejaculated into a woman's vagina remain alive for three to seven days. Sperm ejaculated outside the body can survive normally until the semen that contains it dries. Depending on surface and temperature, determines the life of the sperm.
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.
As long as you want it to stay;) . But it cannot survive for more than a few minutes. Human Saliva is too acidic.
till it goes in the vagina
It depends on what birth control method you're referring to. If using hormonal birth control this stops fertile cervical mucus being produced, thus the sperm will not survive for long within the acidic environment of the vagina - a few hours to a few days at most. Obviously if you were using spermicide the sperm wouldn't survive more than around 30 minutes to an hour.
Sure. As long as it's your partner's vagina.
how long can sperm stay alive if kept in a sealed container until incerting into the vagina?