Ovarian Rejuvenation Therapy can turn back the fertility clock for women who have experienced early menopause. It is a treatment that can help women achieve pregnancy naturally or with some help from other fertility treatments such as IVF or IUI.The procedure of Ovarian Rejuvenation Therapy takes approximately 2 hours. The preparation of patient’s PRP takes less than one hour and the next part of the ovarian rejuvenation process is the injection of the PRP into the ovaries using a non-surgical, transvaginal ultrasound- guided injection performed under light sedation.In general, Ovarian Rejuvenation Therapy is considered to be very safe for everybody. Although, it is worth to mention that the best candidates to get the Ovarian PRP treatment are:1. Women typically younger than 40 with Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (POI)2. Women with early peri-menopause3. Women who have a low ovarian reserve and those with low Anti-Mullerian (AMH) hormone (AMH) levels4. Menopausal or perimenopausal women under the age of 50 yearsThe risks of this treatment are very similar with an egg retrieval procedure that usually takes place within the in Vitro Fertilization process and are minimal. Some of the rare side effects some people notice after the procedure are pain, fever and some internal bleeding that usually diminish approximately 1-2 hours after the patient is administered oral pain medication.
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