What is PRP Endometrium?

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)is used to treat specific gynaecological diseases such as infertility. It is used to enrich the endometrium, which is the inner lining of the uterus , endometrial is a medical technique that uses platelet-rich plasma.

Your blood contains a substance called platelet-rich plasma, which has a higher concentration of platelets, growth factors, and other bioactive proteins. These chemicals are believed to have healing and regeneration abilities.

Successful implantation requires a functional embryo, a receptive endometrium, and a coordinated interaction between the blastocyst and the endometrium. Assisted reproductive technologies (ART) have helped increase conception rates, yet implantation failure has remained a chronic problem.

PRP endometrium may be used to treat conditions such as:

1. Thin endometrium:

Infertility may be impacted by the endometrial lining's inadequate thickness. The goal of PRP therapy is to encourage endometrial development and thickness, which will improve the environment for fertilized egg implantation.

2. Asherman's syndrome:

In this disorder, the uterine cavity develops adhesions or scar tissue, frequently as a result of prior surgeries or infections. The endometrial tissue can repair and regenerate with the help of PRP therapy.

How is procedure done?

A small sample of the patient's blood is often drawn, processed to concentrate the platelets, growth factors, and other therapeutic components, and then the PRP is injected or applied directly to the uterine lining. It is thought that the growth factors in PRP promote tissue regeneration and repair.

How is PRP Endometrium performed?

The procedure is often carried out in a medical setting, such as a fertility clinic,

Before undergoing PRP Endometrium treatment, it is crucial for patients to:

  • Consult with a qualified healthcare provider who specializes in fertility issues to assess their condition and discuss treatment options.
  • Seek a provider with experience in PRP therapy and a clear understanding of its potential benefits and risks.
  • Ask questions about the procedure, including its success rates, potential side effects, and the expected outcomes.
  • Ensure that the chosen healthcare provider adheres to all necessary safety and ethical standards in the administration of PRP therapy.
  • Discuss any potential costs and insurance coverage for the procedure.

It's important to note that while PRP Endometrium is being explored as a potential treatment option for certain gynecological conditions, it may not be widely accepted or recommended by all healthcare providers, and its effectiveness is still an area of ongoing research. Patients considering this treatment should consult with their healthcare provider to discuss its suitability for their specific condition and to weigh the potential risks and benefits.

Consult Dr Puneet Rana Arora for PRP Endometrium at CIFAR Best IVF Centre in Gurgaon

Dr. Puneet Rana Arora is an expert in infertility who received his training abroad and has over ten years of experience working in the UK's National Health Services. She sincerely believes in providing her patients with high-quality, evidence-based therapy after treating a number of complicated cases effectively.

Dr. Puneet, who holds a Masters in Reproductive Medicine from the University of Bristol in the UK, has received in-depth instruction in the subject, as well as practical experience at St. Mary's Hospital in Manchester.