Ovarian Rejuvenation

Ovarian Rejuvenation is an experimental procedure that may create new eggs in the ovaries of women who are unable to conceive because of early menopause, low egg counts, advanced maternal age, or women who want to continue to have their ovaries produce eggs so that natural hormones are produced.

Medicine has long thought that new eggs do not develop in the ovaries and, according to the current scientific understanding of ovarian physiology, a woman is born with all the eggs that will be available for conception during her reproductive life. It is a scientifically undisputed fact that a woman’s supply of eggs diminishes both in number and quality as she ages.

Who might it help

Any women who is in good physical health and falls into one or more of the following patient categories 

-        Menopausal women under the age of 50

-        Infertile women of all ages (low egg reserve and low AMH levels) 

-        Women with premature ovarian failure

Potential benefits of ovarian rejuvenation therapy

The benefits of this procedure is the possibility of achieving pregnancy using the patient’s own eggs, which had not been possible or very unlikely prior to the procedure. 

Since late 2015, clinicians in Greece have conducted preclinical trials using Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections to rejuvenate the ovaries of menopausal women, restore fertility and pursue pregnancy. Of the over 60 women aged 45-64 who have received the treatment so far:

·         Over 75% now have the option of natural pregnancy or in vitro fertilization.

·         Over 75% have also seen overall hormone levels return to youthful levels,

·         9 have begun successful pregnancies.

·         2 have had live births. 

2018 has been a watershed year for publications in this area. A representative sample of these publications are listed below. The Drs Knight and Jessup at Demeter Fertility have now been performing the procedure for more than 12 months, and now offer the Demeter Fertility Modified Inovium Ovarian rejuvenation Program. Dr Knight’s webpage has further information about the techniques used for ovarian rejuvenation

For more information, please contact us.

Published Clinical Results

There are now publications appearing that support both an increase in egg numbers, and in IVF, an improvement in embryo quality. 

Gynecological Endocrinolgy, 2018:


Fertility and Sterility, 2018:


Fertility and Sterility, 2018:


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