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Uterine Repair

Intrauterine regeneration, the branch of science that enables the organs to work better by using the body's own capacity, is called orthobiologics. PRP application, which is one of the applications that almost everyone has heard of, is an orthobiologics application and is used in the intrauterine renewal process.


Uterine lining is known as endometrium. Infection, D&C or postpartum curettage may harm your endometrial lining. This problem may not be symptomatic in daily life but it may effect your getting pregnant. 

If you have difficulty for getting pregnant or have pregnancy loss, or you have thin endometrial lining during IVF cycles, hysteroscopic endometrial PRP injection will help you. 

PRP is prepared from your blood and has very unique growth factors. It stimulates the healing and correction of the applied tissue.


How is the endometrium rejuvenation is done?

After making ready of the PRP, the office hysteroscopy is done under local anesthesia. The PRP liquid is injected in the various points at the endometrium. It is not a painful procedure. Some women may prefer to have sedation during the procedure. In that case we can help you with sedation also. 

How many sessions are required for the endometrial rejuvenation?

Generally one session of PRP injection to endometrium is sufficient. In some women more than one session might be required with 6 weeks intervals. 

When is the good time of the period to have the injection?

The first week after the period is the best time for the PRP injection with office hysteroscopy.

What should I do after the procedure?

After the procedure you may have slight cramps first day. We recommend using paracetamol not NSAID. you may start sexual intercourse 1 week after the procedure. 


When will the effect start after the procedure?

The effect of PRP injection at the endometrial linin will start immediately. You will have the best result at your next cycle. 


Does it have any side effect?

Endometrial PRP injection with office hysteroscopy is considered a safe procedure. the risk of infection is bleeding is very minimal.

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