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ArChIeNeSs - November 24

The father's age has also an effect with the risk of miscarriage. They say that fathers above 35 years old may have produce sperms with abnormal chromosomes.

 

VANESSA - November 24

COULD BE POSSIBLE BECAUSE UPON CONCEPTION THE SPERM HAS A BIG EFFECT ON THE EGG. THIS IS THE COMMON CAUSE OF MISCARRIAGE, CHROMOSOMAL ABNORMALITY.

 

droilly81 - November 24

this is of little effect i think. i never heard that a father's age is one factor that contributes to the miscarriage. it is more on the mother's side.

 

ArChIeNeSs - November 25

It is very possible droilly81 that a father's age is one factor that may cause a high risk to miscarry. When the sperm is produced it brings with it the chromosomes from the father thus a defective sperm when united to the egg of the mother can cause a defective embryo and may be the cause to miscarry.

 

Momskie - November 26

True because both parents contribute to the life that is created so both may affect the formation and if there is miscarriage then it is also possible that the father has contributed to such.

 

MarieLD - November 26

This is a fact.Father's should also have a regular check up in order to be aware of this possibility.

 

LotsOfLove - December 8

Defective sperm is the most common reason also for recurrent pregnancies. I'm not sure if it is due to the father's age.

 

MoM - December 8

So it is advisable for the father to also have a regular check up in order to correct such disorder.

 

hiejron - December 14

both parents should have a regular check up.even if not with the age concern it is still advisable to have both of the checked for possibilities.

 

ArChIeNeSs - December 16

It should be a common practice to have a regular check up even before ttc for both partners.

 

Lipstick - December 21

Male factors also contributes to miscarriages due to low sperm count and abnormal sperms.

 

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