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PRP Ovarian Rejuvenation

Ovarian rejuvenation with PRP (platelet-rich plasma) is an innovative solution for the treatment of female infertility. PRP is a natural product obtained from thewoman’s own blood, which contains high levels of platelets and the concentration of growth factors is 3 to 5 times higher than plasma. Ovarian rejuvenation is performed by injecting the prepared PRP into the ovaries. Women always have eggs in their ovaries, even post-menopausal. But most or all of these eggs are in a dormant state. Ovarian rejuvenation is an innovative procedure aimed at reawakening ovarian maturation and development within the ovary.

How is Ovarian Rejuvenation (PRP) Performed?

Several tubes of blood are taken from the vein and placed in the centrifuge. The centrifuge rotates rapidly, allowing the blood to be separated into layers. They are an upper layer containing platelets and white blood cells, a thin middle layer rich in white blood cells, and a lower layer containing red blood cells. This process is completed in approximately 45 minutes. The middle layer is taken into a separate needle and the PRP to be used in the treatment becomes ready for use. PRP is directly injected into a patient’s ovaries by transvaginal ultrasound. The procedure is performed under sedation with an anesthetic substance called propofol so that the patient does not feel pain.

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Who are the candidates for Ovarian Rejuvenation (PRP)?

  • Perimenopausal women under the age of 50
  • Women with low egg reserve and low AMH levels
  • Women with premature ovarian failure
  • Women over the age of 35 with infertility problems
  • Women who suspect they have poor egg quality

Ovarian rejuvenation with PRP may be a good option for patients with diminished ovarian reserve, early menopause, and advanced age. Because there is no treatment option other than PRP to increase the chance of pregnancy for these women. However, the expected success rate for PRP is limited. Current data indicate that PRP works for some women, while others do not show the expected success.

If you are interested in PRP, contact us for detailed information and up-to-date data.

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