Female infertility due to antisperm antibodies

Last Update: 06/20/2018

Antisperm antibodies are a group of proteins that can be found in the semen and/or cervical mucus of females. In both cases, when they come into contact with sperms, they stick to them and prevent them from traveling through the tubes and Fallopian tubes to meet the egg.

As a result, egg insemination never occurs and the woman is diagnosed with immunological infertility.

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By Zaira Salvador BSc, MSc (embryologist).
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