Humans have 46 chromosomes comprising 23 pairs. 44 of the chromosomes are called autosomes, and the remaining two chromosomes (X and Y) are called the sex chromosomes. You started as a single cell, and through mitosis, a cell division where the daughter cells have the same DNA/chromosomes as the original parent cell, you are what you are today. Every cell in your body, that has a functioning nucleus with chromosomes, has the exact same set of chromosomes... whether they are skin cells, toe cells, stomach cells, or the initial cells that will produce sperm or eggs.
There are exceptions.... red blood cells lose their nucleus and thus have no chromosomes most of their lives, and the sperm and egg have 1/2 the chromosome number, but the rest of your cells are pretty similar in terms of the chromosomes.