A healthy and thick endometrium with no signs of inflammation gives us 40% of success in embryo transfer. We now know that chronic endometritis causes a hostile environment for the implantation process. Also, it creates adhesions and usually does not allow the endometrium to thicken
In our team we apply various endometrial treatment techniques, one of which is the intrauterine infusion of platelet rich plasma (PRP).
International literature studies have proven its effectiveness.
PRP is an autologous fraction of blood that has been enriched with platelets 4-5 times more than circulating blood. It can stimulate cell proliferation and regeneration due to the large amount of growth factors and cytokines it contains.
Doctors perform PRP after a simple blood sample in which growth factors and platelets are isolated. They infuse it into the uterus.
As for Asherman’s syndrome (numerous adhesions and destruction of the endometrium after a medical act such as uterine curettage and superinfection) we have developed our technique (hysteroscopic PRP method according to Sakkas).
The PRP technique is a safe procedure, with minimal risks of transmission of infectious diseases and immune responses, given that it occurs with autologous blood.