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Why does teratozoospermia cause fertility problems?

By Silvia Fernández Fernández.
Last Update: 06/11/2020

Teratozoozpermia is an alteration that affects the male semen in which the vast majority of spermatozoa have an abnormal morphology. The bad morphology of the sperm may be due to defects in their head, middle piece, or tail. These abnormalities prevent the sperm from fertilizing the egg. This is why it is one of the most common causes of male infertility.

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 Silvia Fernández Fernández
Silvia Fernández Fernández
Medical Director of Fertty International
Bachelor's degree in Sanitary Biology from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Master's degree in Celular Biology from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Wide experience as a former laboratory director and embryologist at the Spanish fertility center Institute Marquès and is the director of Fertty International.
Licence number: 20786-C
Medical Director of Fertty International. Bachelor's degree in Sanitary Biology from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Master's degree in Celular Biology from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Wide experience as a former laboratory director and embryologist at the Spanish fertility center Institute Marquès and is the director of Fertty International. Licence number: 20786-C.
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