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Platelet-rich Plasma Therapy

Platelet-rich Plasma Therapy center in Hyderabad

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is becoming more popular as a nonoperative treatment option for a broad spectrum of medical disorders.

Autologous PRP is derived from an individual's whole blood then centrifuged to remove red blood cells. The remaining plasma has a 5- to 10-fold higher concentration of growth factors than whole blood. These growth factors have been found to promote natural healing responses by researchers across multiple specialties, such as dentistry, dermatology, urology, and gynecology [2,3].

Platelets promote healing and attract stem cells to the site of the injury. Moving from basic science to clinical practice, PRP injections have been applied to the ENDOMETRIUM an OVARIES(OVARIAN REJUVENATION)

Platelet-rich Plasma Therapy
RP in reproductive medicine
1. PRP in premature ovarian failure
  • Premature ovarian failure (POF) refers to loss of normal function of the ovaries before age 40, accompanied by the loss of fertility.
  • PRP therapy is investigated in women with POF, infertile women more than 35 years of age, and women with low ovarian reserve. Treatment with PRP is referred to as ovarian rejuvenation; in this procedure, PRP is injected into the ovary under ultrasound guidance, similarly to ovum retrieval in in vitro fertilization (IVF).
  • Patient with low ovarian reserve had PRP injected in the ovaries. PRP in perimenopausal/POF patients had ovarian rejuvenation 1–3 months after PRP treatment.
2. Repeated implantation failure
  • Repeated implantation failure (RIF) is defined as failure to conceive following several embryo transfers in IVF cycles.
  • Several methods have been suggested for RIF management, but little consensus exists on which is most effective. These methods include blastocyst transfer, assisted hatching, hysteroscopy, endometrial scratching, and immune therapy.
  • Recently, the intrauterine infusion of PRP has been described as a way to promote endometrial growth and receptivity
PRP is an effective procedure improving pregnancy outcomes in RIF patients.