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Water Kill Sperm
Does hot water (like shower water) kill sperm when it is ejaculated? And is on a girls stomach (cum)?
Assuming protected sex, ejaculation on her back, removing sperm by having a shower, can pregnancy occur in such scenario? Does water kill sperm?
Pregnancy: Sperm must be deposited in the vagina for pregnancy to occur. Water does not "kill" sperm, nor is it a reliable way to "remove" it. If you did not have vaginal sex without a condom, and no sperm entered your partner's vagina, pregnancy is extremely unlikely. You may still expose each other to STD's, however. ...Read more
Can tap water kill sperm on hands? Can it cause pregnancy if touched the vagina immediately after washing with tap water? (Hands still wet)
Here are some...: Your described scenario should carry a zero odd to conceive in considering the high fastidious requirements for sperms to survive, move, and swim up cervical canal through uterine cavity into the Fallopian tube to fertilize the timely waiting egg. Nonetheless, always do HPT in a wk after missing period and repeat it in another week if the first test is (-) and still in doubt. More? Seek evaluation ...Read more
Can regular tap water kill sperm on hands without soap? Will it still cause pregnancy if touched the vagina after washing and hands still wet?
Can washing hands with soap and water kill sperm instantly? Will it still cause pregnancy if touch the vagina right after washing(hands still wet)?
Can tap water kills sperm on hand?is there any chance of getting pregnant if touched vagina accidentally immediately after washing hand with tap water
No worries: A good washing with water will do just fine in rinsing away sperm. Soap is optional, but using soap is ok too. That said, many things are possible in life. Couples having sex should always be ready to be married, settled down, and with stable jobs that provide health insurance (a cute, surprise baby has just as many doctor visits as a planned baby). ...Read more
Hot H2O kills sperm.: Hi Karina 0626 Yes, sperm cells are quite delicate and need to be ejaculated IN the vagina, as close to the cervical os (opening) as possible for them to work. When guys do a sperm test and ejaculate into a container, there is a large amount of the sperm that are not motile. Anything below 50% motility is not normal and below 25% could be problematic. Sperm on your clothing will not make you preg. ...Read more
Can washing with soap and water kill all sperms on hands instantly and will it make them inactive to cause a pregnancy?
Will cold tap water (with or without soap) very quickly or even instantly kill sperm, owing to osmotic shock?
Spermicide ?: Tap water is definitely going to create an osmotic deficit when contacting living cells, but it is not sufficient to kill sperm effectively, so pregnancy is always a possibility. The only way to resolve this is to wait until the receiver of the sperm has a period. Obtain a serum (HCG) pregnancy test if she is "late". ...Read more
Yes: Soap and water will remove the sperm from your hands. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
Please clarify: I do not understand the question. Are you asking if using alcohol post coitus will kill sperm and prevent pregnancy? If you are asking this the answer is not very effectively. Alcohol would not reach the internal cervix or uterus to kill any sperm swimming there. Topical alcohol is not a form of birth control. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sperm: No, you can't get pregnant from a swimming pool. Sperm ejaculated outside the human body likely only survive a few minutes. Ejaculate or seminal fluid dries out very quickly when outside the human body, once it is dried the sperm die almost immediately. Dissipated into pool water, a similar outcome would occur. ...Read more
Yes: Different lubrications on the market can create a hostile environment for sperm. In general, the most mild, water based lubricants that do not contain perfumes, dyes, stimulants, etc. Are best for fertility. I recommend canola oil as a good alternative to traditional lubricants--it is effective and not harmful to sperm/semen. ...Read more
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They will die: quite quickly on their own- i.e. minutes. ...Read more
No: This may give you a stomach-ache (or not), but it will have zero effect on conceiving a baby. You will be able to increase your understanding of these things by so much! ask for information from a reliable source. Library, clinic, doctor, pharmacy, online.... The options are endless. It is also a good idea to learn about yourself - can even be fun. You'll have a better life than you'd imagined! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: The heat from the pad will not get to the interior so the sperms will maintain normal viability. ...Read more