Sperm Survival

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Leah - November 30

Hello everyone! I was wondering if any of you could help me out. At the last minute my husband got the hibbie gibbies about trying and told me Sun. 28th that he wanted to stop trying. But we had s_x the Fri. 27th and I just ovulated yesterday the 29th. Is it possible for any sperm to still be swimming around and fertilize the egg. He said he would be supportive and happy. I think deep down he's just afraid he'll lose my attention to the pregnancy. That's what he's been hinting, but to tell ya ladies the truth, I hope our first time was a charm!! Because I was heartbroken when he told me he wanted to stop trying!! Please let me know what you think!!!

 

Nikole - November 30

On a talk show "The View" they had a gyno on there. She said sperm can live 5 days in there. Good luck!!!:)

 

eyebeeablessing2u - November 30

We are pretty sure that this is how we conceived... I ovulated on oct 15 but only had s_x before then on oct 12... so technically they might have been lurking around for 3 days....good luck.. all the best....

 

zuly - November 30

Sperm can live up 72 hours after it is in you . There is a good chanse that you could have got pregnant doing that time.

 

Grandpa Viv - November 30

The figure I have read is 5 days, but the chances go down with each pa__sing day.

 

Leah - December 1

Thank you so much ladies for your imput!!! I was hoping someone would write me back!!! I hope it happens too!!! Since I was so heart broken I told him not to bring up the subject again until he was for sure ready, and sure enough last night he brings up putting me on his insurance because a girl in his office just had a baby and the hospital bills were practically covered!!! Oh!! these men, he loves to play with my head!!! Thank you again!!!!

 

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