Do vaginal suppositories against yeast infection kill sperm cells?

Do vaginal suppositories against yeast infection kill sperm cells?

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5 COMMENTS

  1. No, but talking about it kills an erection, therefore canceling out any worry about sperm cells in the first place.

  2. More than likely it will. Sperm needs a very specific PH level to survive in a woman's body. MOST lubricants and suppositories have a ph level that is too high for sperm. Of course this doesn't mean you still shouldn't be careful. You never know!

  3. Actually yes they do. As will any form of lubricant, even water. For sperm to survive in a woman's vagina, the woman needs to have cervical fluid that resembles eggwhite. That is when she is most fertile.

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