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Hi I Read That When Live Sperm Entera Your Body

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Posted on Fri, 24 Jul 2020
Question: Hi i read that when live sperm entera your body some end up in holes in the cervix and some get absorbed .if dead cell enters the body does it get absorbed or move to tje holes in the cerbix? That sperm swim into dead-end channels inside the walls of the cervix.do they stay in the walls of the cervix  forever?
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Answered by Dr. Ramadevi Wani (5 hours later)
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Welcome to 'Ask A Doctor' service.
I am Dr Ramadevi Wani. I will be answering your concerns today.

After reading your notes, I could understand a few of your concerns, answering based on that.

Sperms don't get absorbed through the skin. They also don't get absorbed through the mucous membrane to enter the body.

Sperms swim through the opening in the cervix to enter the uterus and fallopian tubes. Their life span in the body is 5 days. They neither swim into dead-end channels in the wall of the cervix nor remain alive forever.

If you have further concerns, I will be happy to answer.

Best wishes


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Hi I Read That When Live Sperm Entera Your Body

Brief Answer: Details below. Detailed Answer: Hi, Welcome to 'Ask A Doctor' service. I am Dr Ramadevi Wani. I will be answering your concerns today. After reading your notes, I could understand a few of your concerns, answering based on that. Sperms don't get absorbed through the skin. They also don't get absorbed through the mucous membrane to enter the body. Sperms swim through the opening in the cervix to enter the uterus and fallopian tubes. Their life span in the body is 5 days. They neither swim into dead-end channels in the wall of the cervix nor remain alive forever. If you have further concerns, I will be happy to answer. Best wishes