Ovarian reserve is the pool of eggs present in the ovaries at any given time. POR is a condition of low fertility when there is a physiological decrease in the number of eggs and also the in the quality of the eggs and this leads to less chance of pregnancy. Generally it is caused by aging ovaries
If the women are struggling with the issues related to POR and POR decreases the chance of pregnancy. Currently there are no definitive treatments for patients with POR. Treatment options for patients with POR include cryopreservation of (freezing) eggs or embryos for a patient’s future use. Patients with POR who are undergoing IVF are generally given higher doses of ovarian stimulating hormone regimens in an effort to maximize the number of eggs harvested. However, once the ovary fails to respond to stimulation, or later fails the use of donor eggs are recommended for these cases. Treatment success strongly tends to diminish with the age.
Regen Treatments is a promising treatment and it is extremely safe since it’s drawn from the patient's own blood and benefit of this procedure is the possibility of achieving pregnancy with one’s own eggs, which had not been possible prior to this procedure.
Regen Treatments is prepared from fresh peripheral blood which is aspirated from a peripheral vein, stored in anticoagulant and processed to increase platelets by separating various components in blood and blood sample is processed in a sterile environment. Through activating platelets present in Regen Treatments, cytokines and growth factors (GFs) become bioactive and are secreted. These GFs can regulate cell migration, attachment, proliferation and differentiation. The activated SERAGEN will be infused into each ovary using a transvaginal ultrasound technique. This will be performed after administering local anaesthesia, which will induce sleep for approximately 10 minutes, during which the procedure will be performed. One may feel sleepy for about one to two hours after the procedure.