Everything You Need To Know About Sperm
One of the concerns for women or mothers who are preparing to have many younger siblings is. When the sperm is ejaculated into the vagina (inside), how many days will these sperm stay in our body?
What exactly is the composition of sperm?
Sperm is made up of spermatogonium, a precursor cell found in the male testicles. When males reach puberty, the process of germ cell formation begins, with stem cells dividing to halve the number of chromosomes. and has changed shape into smaller cells, as well as adding a tail to aid in swimming toward the egg cell. Today, DHC IVF Center has gathered secrets for you.
The ejaculated semen (semen) from the penis is divided into two parts:
- The cellular component is sperm (spermatozoa), which contains epithelial cells and white blood cells.
- The seminal fluid contains a variety of nutrients for the sperm, including citric acid, zinc, flavine, and others.
How long do sperm live?
Typically, sperm produced can remain in the body for several weeks. However, if sperm is stored in the body for more than 7 days, it begins to deteriorate, resulting in decreased motility. As more sperm die as a result of inflammation and DNA ruptures as a result, the time for sperm to be viable and strong is 7 days after the last ejaculation. Following that, the sperm will age and eventually die.
How long can sperm stay in a woman’s body?
Normally, sperm stays in a woman’s body for 48 to 72 hours. Sperm must swim through the cervix and into the uterus to reach the egg cell. Only a few viable sperm will reach it, but it will die if not fertilized.
The sperm that is produced will be guided by a variety of agents. The glands in the male reproductive system make up this structure. Make a sperm-friendly environment. And the secretions are still protecting and feeding the sperm, but the moisture value changes when the sperm is ejaculated outside the body and in the outside environment. The pH of the sperm changes, causing the sperm to die and become incapable of living.
Sperm is a very delicate germ cell. It can live for about an hour outside the body, but it can live for 48-72 hours inside.
When is the most likely time to fertilize?
Fertilization occurs only through intercourse during ovulation, and there is only one ovulation per month. This means that a woman can only conceive for a few days out of the month. However, sex and ovulation days do not have to coincide in order to become pregnant. Because sperm can live in the body of a woman.
After ovulation, a person can live for more than 48-72 hours, with normal menstruation occurring 14 days before the next menstrual period. Fertilization occurs after ovulation when the sperm and egg fuse.
What should do if the semen test no sperm?