Purpose: The purpose of this study is to find out the types and incidence rate of chromosomal abnormalities and the relationship between maternal age and chromosomal abnormality in products of conception by retrospective analysis. Method: Karyotype study using standard GTG banding and FISH study for aneuploidy detection was done from products of conception samples. Results: A total of 513 cases of products of conception were studied retrospectively. 98 cases were studied by conventional cytogenetic technique and 415 cases were studied by a FISH method. The chromosomal abnormality was observed in 97 cases (18.91%). Trisomy was found to be a major chromosomal abnormality amongst the cases studied, followed by triploidy and monosomy. A higher incidence of chromosomal abnormality was found in women with advanced maternal age as compared to the maternal age less than 35 years.