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Ovarian Rejuvenation

Columbia Fertility Associates is now offering ovarian rejuvenation, a groundbreaking procedure utilizing platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to awaken the dormant potential within your ovaries, reigniting the path to parenthood.

Ovarian rejuvenation is a cutting-edge treatment designed to stimulate follicular growth and optimize ovarian function. By harnessing the regenerative properties of your body’s own platelets, we introduce a concentrated form of growth factors directly into your ovaries. This non-invasive procedure holds the promise of enhancing the production of healthy eggs and increasing the chances of successful conception.

Our experienced team of physicians and fertility specialists are at the forefront of this remarkable technique, providing personalized care and support throughout your journey. Whether you’re starting your fertility treatment or have encountered obstacles along the way, ovarian rejuvenation may hold the key to unlocking your reproductive potential.

Ovarian Rejuvenation

Ovarian Rejuvenation Q & A

What is Ovarian Rejuvenation?

Ovarian rejuvenation is a procedure where platelet-rich plasma is injected into the ovaries to stimulate them to induce follicular growth.

What is PRP?

PRP is platelet-rich plasma. It is derived from the patient’s own blood. It contains growth factors and cytokines. When injected into the ovaries, it stimulates the cellular regeneration and the blood flow.

What is the Procedure Like?

There are two indications for treating ovaries with PRP:

  1. Ovarian injection. This is performed like an egg retrieval. The PRP is injected into the ovaries transvaginally. It is done under sedation to minimize the discomfort. It takes between 15 and 20 minutes to complete.
  2. Uterine insertion. It can be inserted into the uterine cavity, like an intrauterine insemination. This takes between 10 and 15 minutes. No anesthesia is required.

Who is a Candidate for Ovarian Rejuvenation?

A patient may be a candidate for ovarian rejuvenation if any of the following applies to them:

  • Low Ovarian Reserve (Low AMH)
  • Poor Egg Quality
  • Poor Egg Quantity
  • Poor Response to IVF
  • Failed Embryo Transfer
  • Thin Endometrial Lining
  • Recurrent Implantation Failure

For further information, please contact the office at 202-293-6567.