This includes decreased sperm mobility and vitality, lower sperm counts, and abnormal morphology (the size and shape of sperm). It can also lead to physical damage. Any damage to sperm can cause fertility problems and, if an egg is fertilized, it may also lead to a miscarriage.
Dec 21, · According to some studies that observed miscarriage in the first 3 months of gestation, researchers found that chromosomally abnormal were responsible for most cases! For this reason, some experts believe that there is a chance for bad sperm to have contribution in causing a miscarriage.
Therefore, when a sperm enters, the 23 chromosomes contained therein, result in a new organism, which now contains 47 chromosomes, rather than This embryo will be far less likely to come to term and the result will be a miscarriage, on the basis of a chromosomal abnormality. Recurrent Miscarriage is also known as RPL, recurrent pregnancy loss.
Feb 24, · Chromosomal abnormalities, one of the common causes of miscarriages, can be inherited from the parents or can naturally develop in an embryo. An abnormal sperm Author: Gunjan Rastogi.