Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP) Fertility Treatment

As females age, the quality and quantity of their eggs decrease over time. Ovarian rejuvenation is a treatment add-on that has been shown to increase egg quality and quantity in women that suffer from a low ovarian reserve. The process works by injecting platelet-rich plasma (PRP) directly into your ovaries to stimulate your existing stem cells to produce better-quality eggs.  

Someone who has secondary infertility or recurring miscarriages may suffer from a thin endometrial lining, which impacts embryo implantation. Uterine infusion is a treatment add-on that has been shown to increase implantation rates and endometrial lining thickness. The process works by injecting platelet-rich plasma (PRP) directly into your uterus to stimulate your existing stem cells to produce a potentially thicker endometrial lining and create a more habitable environment for the embryo.

Who should consider PRP fertility treatment?

If you are considering PRP for infertility, it’s important to know not just the differences between the two processes but which option is better suited to your needs and unique situation.

Ovarian Rejuvenation

Ovarian rejuvenation is a type of PRP for IVF patients who have had one or more failed cycles, as well as for those who are dealing with more general infertility related to a first or secondary pregnancy. It can help increase egg quality and quantity, leading to an improved chance of fertilization during subsequent cycles.

You have been trying to conceive for 6 months to a year without success

You have had several miscarriages

You have been diagnosed with secondary infertility

You have had a failed IVF cycle due to egg/embryo quality

Uterine Infusion

This type of PRP treatment addresses the endometrial lining, and could thicken the lining to better support implantation. It is recommended for individuals who have experienced fertility troubles directly related to a thin endometrial lining, or who have struggled with repeat implantation failures.

You suffer from a thin endometrial lining

You have had several miscarriages

You have recurrent implantation failures

PRP for Fertility Step by Step

1. Blood Sample is Taken

During your initial visit, you will have your blood drawn. The plasma pulled from the blood sample collected will be used to stimulate the growth of new and existing eggs.

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2. Separating the PRP

The blood is spun in a centrifuge to separate the platelet-rich plasma from the red blood cells.

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3. Prepping the PRP

Once separated, the PRP is then purified in our onsite laboratory.

4. Injecting the PRP

Once the PRP is ready, it is injected into the ovaries / uterus in a minimally invasive procedure. Your physician will then closely monitors the growth of your follicles and an IVF procedure is scheduled.

*Monitoring can also be completed for IUI and Timed Intercourse.

How Do I Schedule a Consultation?

Once your provider determines this treatment is a good option for you, our nurses will connect with you to schedule the appointment at your convenience. This procedure is not dependent on specific cycle days.

To learn more about PRP injections and pregnancy, schedule a PRP Therapy consultation with one of the fertility specialists at New Hope Fertility Center:

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FAQs

Will I have Side Effects?

Post-procedure you will be asked to refrain from inserting anything into the vagina for 24-48 hours.

What Happens Next?

After your procedure, your doctor will advise you to start monitoring (bloodwork and ultrasound) once a week.
**Results have been seen 2 to 8 weeks post-procedure**

Pricing

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Hope Finds a Way

Hope stands alone for our combination of relentless scientific innovation and unmatched patient care. We custom design our fertility treatments to each individual, ensuring patients receive the highest quality care at the most optimal times for their bodies. Because every patient deserves a treatment plan custom-designed to maximize her odds of success, and every family deserves the best possible chance to make their dreams come true