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Sperm Outside Vagina
Can a woman get pregnant from sperm outside the vagina?
Can the sperm swim its way inside and impregnates her?
What about sperm deposited in the anus
Unlikely: Sperm need to have a moist environment to help them survive and to help transport them into the cervix and into the uterus. It's highly unlikely that a sperm would be able to get there from outside the vagina and would never be able to via anal sex. Regardless, please consider getting birth control in order to prevent the risk of unplanned pregnancy. ...Read more
Have released the sperm outside the vagina but liquid touched the vagina . Is there any chance of pregnancy . How much percent?
Sir /mam I left my sperms outside the vagina and after sometime my girlfriend had very less bleeding from vagina... Can she get pregnant?
Will I get pregnant if with some sperm touches outside my vagina outside my body if I'm ovulating?
Sperm has been left outside vagina. Remained there for a minute and cleaned. Is there any chance to get pregnant?
Here are some ...: The detailed scenario poses no rick to conceive although no one would give 100% guaranty in real life for self-protection since absolute sex abstinence is the only means to avoid pregnancy. But, thanks to high accuracy and easy availability of HPT, which has taken away the worry and second-guess for pregnancy. So, do HPT in 1 wk after missing period and repeat it in 1 wk if the 1st was (-) or ... ...Read more
Can a girl get pregnant if the sperm touches the outside of vagina and clitoris, also mentioning when the girl is still a virgin?
I would like to know how many sperms are in precum, and If it is possible if only a tiny amount of precum touched the outside of the vagina.
Very good question: Unfortunately, there's no way to tell. Pre-ejaculate usually contains dead sperm cells and is the body's way to neutralize acid and lubricate. However, it's possible that some sperm might "leak" into the pre-ejaculate ... But the presence of sperm in pre-ejaculate is rare. Hope that helps! ...Read more
Short period of time: Sperm cannot usually survive in the vaginal canal for a long period due to the acidic environment of the vagina. Sperm is usually supported in the cervical mucus at ejaculation and that is where the majority of the sperm is allowed to enter into the uterine and reproductive tract. ...Read more