Sperm abnormalities are the result of gonadal dysfunction (testicles) characterized by inability to either produce sperm or to produce viable sperm or mobile sperm which results in prohibiting fertilization of the female ovum.
Q: How are sperm normally produced?
A: There are two testicles, or testes, that are oblong, egg shapes about 2 inches long and an inch wide and enclosed in a protective sac called the scrotum which hangs outside the body. The testes have these functions:
- Produce and store millions of sperm cells called spermatozoa.
- Produce hormones, including testosterone which stimulate the production of sperm.
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