that life span of sperm ONLY applies when there is fertile cervical fluid-- which isn't possible five days prior to ovulation.
A woman has a five day fertile window and that takes into account sperm in fertile cervical fluid and the 24 hour period that an egg survives without being fertilized. The five days are three days before, the day of and and the day after ovulation.
That is not true dayzofrain. Scientific studies show that it is just not as common as 3 days after intercourse. The chances of pregnancy taking place five days after intercourse are a little less than the chances being 3 days after intercourse.
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