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.
Yup. @edit If this is the true story then no. Most pre-ejaculation fluid has no sperm in it. And even them sperm dies at a very fast rate in the open air.
well when sperm mets air it dies right away. So in water it dies because its has air.
not very likely but anything is possible cause sperm kills are not very likely but anything is possible cause air kills sperm
no because as soon as sperm tousches the air then it dies
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.
yes you still can get pregnant.
if kevin touches it. it dies
no you can't because as soon as sperm hits the air it dies.
I don't think so. Once sperm hits the air it dies.
nothing would happen once the sperm hits air it dies
no, it can actually live for 3-7 days before it dies
because the sperm is allergic to air. so dies. like a caterpillar in a blender.
Yes but its highly unlikely. Sperm can travel through clothing, but it dies when it comes in contact with the air. I wouldn't worry about it.
No you won't get pregnant from this. As soon as Sperm comes into contact with air, it dies. There is no chance of pregnancy.
Sorry to say - there is no animal that lives exclusively in air. However the male Indian swift, after it leaves the nest, never touches ground again until it dies.
Its very unlikely that this will result in pregnancy as sperm dies within a few minutes of coming into contact with Air.
AnswerWhen it dries it dies. Depends on the environment its in. AnswerAs a general rule, sperm can survive outside of the body for up to three hours in the open air in ideal conditions. sperm deposited onto materials or objects generally are dead once the seminal fluid has dried.
Out in the air it will dry pretty quick. Inside a woman's body 3-5 days.
its when the air touches something thats cooler then the air thats what i think
If you're using a condom with a spermicidal lubricant, it kills some of the sperm but not 100%. If you're using a condom without spermicidal lubricant, then the sperm will live until the semen dries. This also depends on room temp and humidity. Bottom line guys: After you have sex, take the condom off and throw it away yourself. Don't trust her to do it for you or you might get a big surpise down the road. Once your partner takes it off and the air hits they are dead or if you use a spermicidal condom they die immediately. it doesn't once exposed to air it dies so it's no longer alive a condom has air pockets so wants the sperm comes out and the air hits it it dies .. (srry this is not my answer but im writing to the person who answered it ... first of all if a condom had air pockets theres no point in wearing one... if there were airpockets sperm can excape the condom ... nice try. and that's not always true because if so ... how to they to sperm donations ... sperm can live when the air hits it. until it drys it could still be alive.. if you don't know the answer don't write in on here and scare people.!! ) sperm does no live lond once air gets to it it is no longer acctive *********** In reality, sperm has a short life span outside of the body. Yes a spermacide will kill some of the sperm but it does not die when air hits it. Sperm can survive outside of the body for 10-15 minutes
When heat touches air molecules they speed up but when cold air touches molecules they slow down.