PRP for Ovarian ReserveBlood is the fluid of life! It carries nutrients and oxygen to the cellsthat make up the bodyand it removesmetabolic wastesthat the body does not need. Bloodis made up of plasma, platelets, red blood cells, and white blood cells.When the blood is spun in a very fast machine, called a centrifuge, the four part separate with red blood cells on the bottom (dark red color), white blood cells and platelets in the middle (cream color), and plasma on top (yellowcolor).The middlesection of white blood cells and platelets is called platelet-rich-plasma(PRP), and contains growth factors, which are naturally occurring proteins that promote cell and tissue growth in the body.PRP can be injected into parts of the body as a safe and effective way to promote healing and rejuvenation.
Ovarian reserve is a term used to describe how fertile a woman is; the higher the ovarian reserve, the more likely the woman is to become pregnant. Women with low ovarian reserves can seek fertility treatment to increase their chances of pregnancy. One aspect of fertility treatment is using PRP to increase the ovarian reserve. PRP is injected into the ovaries, where the eggs are produced, so the growth factors can help heal the ovarian tissue and cells. New, healthy cells and tissues form which rejuvenates the ovaries and increased ovarian reserve. This is a very safealternative to contemporary fertility treatment such as IUI, IVF, and ICSI, when the ovarian reserve is the main reason for not becoming pregnant. It is also a beneficial addition to contemporary fertility treatment when the couple has multiple reasons for not being able to conceive naturally.