Not really true. Only a small percentage of sperm actually make it to the ovum. For men with sperm counts under 1,000,000 the odds of impregnating a woman are so low that they are effectively infertile. There have been cases of women getting pregnant from sperm counts below 1MM but it is very rare.
barely any. as long as you can get a woman pregnant, like colleen says, it only takes a tiny, tiny drop, and thats it. theres millions of little sperm in a drop, thats more then enough to get a woman pregnant
if you go on the pill its not 100% effective. but if he wears a condom and your on the pill. youd be alot safer then without. that or no sex.
If you're trying to prevent pregnancy, then the only safe method is not to have sex at all ... birth control methods are not 100% effective.
Technically, it only requires one sperm cell meeting up with a woman's egg cell to cause pregnancy.
yes, true, it does not matter how many are present, it only takes one to do the job.
So os it better to do as the saying says "safe sex or no sex"?
one sperm cell + one egg = baby
Any Amount. Put A Rubber On!
Only a drop.