Skip to main content. Home News Female bodies 'reject certain sperm'. Female bodies 'reject certain sperm'. The female body has an in-built system which rejects sperm that it does not think will create a pregnancy, researchers have found. Within the female reproductive system there is something that assesses to see whether the male's sperm is likely to fertilise the eggs, resulting in a pregnancy, reports ABC News.
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The impact of overweight among men of reproductive-age may affect fertility. Abdominal fat, more than body mass index, is an indicator of higher metabolic risk, which seems to be involved in decreasing sperm quality. This study aims to assess the relationship between abdominal fat and sperm DNA fragmentation and the effect of abdominal fat loss, among 6 men in subfertile couples.
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