What can you do to kill sperm that has entered in your body?
There isn't anything you can do. Use contraceptives if you do not want to be cream pied
There is Natural Family Planning (Google it), charting your cycles will tell you when your body is hostile to sperm, killing it as it enters your vagina. There is actually a very short window that your mucus is friendly toward sperm. This is your fertile time.
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…
It looks exactly the same as when it entered her body, a milkish white color. And yes, it is still alive and wiggling in an attempt to fertilize the egg. The reason it is outside of her body is that when the penis is withdrawn a lot of sperm is pulled out along with it. Also, after intercourse the vagina is relaxed and open, and if the woman stands sperm will drip out of it.
Ejaculate is about body temperature when it leaves the body. It may feel cold because it is a relatively thin globule of fluid which probably flew through the air a short distance just before you touched it. Where the sperm is made and stored, the testicles, are kept a slightly lower temperature than the rest of the body in the scrotum. This is because body temp is high enough to kill the sperm. But on…
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.
Is it possible to get pregnant when the boy and the girl are wearing underwear but the penis rubs on the girl's vagina and the boy ejaculate?
The only way that would be possible is if the sperm entered into the vagina. If the underwear was moved away from the vagina at anytime that the boy ejaculated or after and the sperm entered, than yea, it is possible. If there is absolutely no way that the sperm entered the vagina, then the answer would be no. Your call, we were not there.
No. There is no good alternative to condums with spermacide. If there was condums would not be for sale (as much as men complain about them.) Yes. Dishwashing fluid has a high enough acidity to kill sperm exposed to the air. It is, however, too toxic to use as a spermacide. Also, sperm can not survive for more than an hour outside the body.