PRP; It is the process of reintroducing platelet-rich blood obtained from the woman’s own blood to the woman’s uterus. This application can be used in IVF treatment not only to bring the uterine membrane to the appropriate thickness, but also to improve poor ovarian reserve. Those who are curious about PRP, Head of Obstetrics and Gynecology Department Prof. Dr. Erkut Attar replied.
In which cases does the PRP method give a definitive solution?
Prof. Dr. Erkut Attar said, “We have seen that the PRP method can work in our cases, especially in cases of premature ovarian failure, namely premature menopause. On the other hand, we have seen that it works in women with ovarian failure or low ovarian reserve.” said.
”It is not possible for the ovaries to start operating in the PRP method in the 60’s 70’s”
Attar, “Very advanced age group 60s 70s In these, it is not possible for the PRP method to work or for their ovaries to start operating. It is a reason or an opportunity for the woman to be in reproductive age, preferably under the age of 40, and at the latest at the age of 40-45. We cannot say that it will work in patients other than that.”
What percentage does PRP affect in women who cannot become mothers other than menopause?
Attar ”PRP can be used in case of premature ovarian failure or decreased ovarian reserve, other than menopause. But otherwise, we do not try PRP in normal infertility cases, we try the routine treatment methods of these patients.”
What kind of process is PRP exactly?
Prof. Dr. Erkut Attar: ”PRP is an easy procedure, a reliable procedure, as 10-15 milliliters of blood is taken from the patient, and the cells are separated from it by using the patient’s own blood. Along with these cells, of course, some other biochemistry materials and substances are taken with these cells, and separation takes place. In our applications, an injection of up to 4 milliliters of ovarian pressure is made with this extracted material. We inject this material directly into the egg by entering it through the vagina via ultrasound. PRP is one such method. We do this in the first 15 days of menstruation, or we say 10 days and we do this within 10 days and we are waiting for the result in 2 months. Then, when the patient comes to us again, using routine methods such as in vitro fertilization. Then we continue with the known methods. The plus of PRP here increases the capacity of eggs. I think it will gradually enter into practices and routine, that is, daily standard use, all over the world.” said.
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