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Thread: How long do they live??

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    jcparks Guest

    Default How long do they live??

    Hi everyone

    I have a question...



    How long do the "little swimmers" eg sperm live?

    I've heard they can live in your body for up to 7 days, is that correct??

    Thanks


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    My gyno told me up to 5 days in ideal conditions.

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    Mad scientist in me coming out

    Average 3ish days but can, as Kirsty said, be up to 5 depending on their original condition and the "environmental" conditions.

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    Yep 3-5 days. Girl swimmers live longer than boy swimmers

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    Hi Brooke456Brooke

    Here is a copy of a post I made a couple of weeks ago

    It is the Y sperm that produces a boy.
    Y sperm do not like acid
    So here are some tips to favour a baby boy

    1 Deep penetration
    Your vagina has a higher acid level at the entrance

    2 Douche with baking soda and water just before sex

    3 A woman’s orgasm reduces the acid in the vagina

    4 Do not have sex for 4 days before ovulation then have sex 12 hours before ovulation
    Y sperm are faster swimmers but do not live as long as X sperm

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    jcparks Guest

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    Thanks guys, that clears it up!

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