Your embryo is made up of 46 chromosomes, contributed by you and the man, but any disruption to that genetic load can prevent you from carrying your baby to term.
Once your egg is fertilized by a sperm, each sperm contributes 23 chromosomes, containing a specific number of genes, which will make up your embryo. If you or the father/donor have any genetic alterations in your chromosomes, or your embryo has a disruption in its chromosomes, this can lead to implantation problems and even recurrent miscarriages.
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