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How long does semen stay in a vagina if you are on birth control?


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Answered 2010-12-19 08:13:22

Semen can stay alive inside a vagina for up to five days.

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As long as the penis and/or semen is in contact with the vagina, there is the chance you may get pregnant.


it stays in for 2 days...trust me i have expirience


After ejaculation in vagina sperm can usually survive for maximum 4 days


No so long as none of his semen came out of the condom into the Vagina.


None, as long as there was no contact with the interior of the vagina by anything that came into contact with the semen.


Not as long as the semen stays in there. But if it dribbles out and down onto your vagina there will be a small risk.


If you are trying to get pregnant, then the idea is to keep the semen in the vagina for as long as possible, and to keep as much there as possible. The more semen, the more sperm cells. After the male orgasm, the female should keep her hips elevated and allow the semen to remain in the upper vagina and uterus.


I believe about 1/2 an hour is what I have read.


No. As long as there is semen ejaculated into the vagina, there are a possibility of pregancy.


Doesn't matter what position you are in as long as the semen goes into the vagina.


Yes. A tired man can still produce semen. It might take more effort but as long as he can put semen into a woman's vagina, she can become pregnant.


Yes. If you are on top during intercourse, you can get pregnant. As long as a man's semen is deposited in a woman's vagina, she can get pregnant. He can wear a condom over his penis to keep the sperm from getting into her vagina. She can take birth control pills to keep her egg from forming so his sperm can fertilizing it. Otherwise, when his sperm meets her egg, and other conditions are right she will get pregnant.


Yes. If you are on top during intercourse, you can get pregnant. As long as a man's semen is deposited in a woman's vagina, she can get pregnant. He can wear a condom over his penis to keep the sperm from getting into her vagina. She can take birth control pills to keep her egg from forming so his sperm can fertilizing it. Otherwise, when his sperm meets her egg, and other conditions are right she will get pregnant.


It should be the same amount of time as when NOT on birth control.


It really doesn't matter as long as the semen is introduced into 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.


Birth control is for avoiding pregnancy. It won't help you get pregnant.


There are no known effects, short- or long-term, of birth control on bladder function.


You can stay on birth control for as long as you want. I


Your birth control stays effective until you stop using it.


Very few antibiotics affect birth control. If you want to get pregnant, stop using birth control.


There is no proof that birth control has a long term affect on being pregnant.


Well, if you want a child and assuming you are old enough to make that important decision, you'd want to keep semen in the vagina as long as possible. Semen leaking out can slightly reduce the chance of pregnancy. Stay lying down about 15 to 20 minutes. Many women put their buttocks on a pillow to keep from leaking as fast.



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