As the medical world continues to evolve and improve, innovative procedures and techniques are emerging to address a wide range of fertility issues. One of these procedures, which has been used in many experienced clinics for years, is ovarian fragmentation.
Ovarian fragmentation is a technique that involves removing a small portion of ovarian tissue, which is then fragmented into small pieces and transplanted back into the patient’s body. The goal of this procedure is to improve ovarian function and potentially increase the chances of successful pregnancy. At Demeter Fertility, we had been performing ovarian fragmentation for many years, and has been used by many innovative and experienced clinics for many year. However, we at Demeter made the decision to stop offering this procedure in favour of a newer technique known as ovarian rejuvenation, which we believe holds an even greater promise for our patients.
Ovarian rejuvenation is a more recent procedure, with few doctors trained and experienced in it. However, scientific reports have shown that it is far less invasive and more successful than ovarian fragmentation. Instead of removing and transplanting ovarian tissue, ovarian rejuvenation involves injecting a patient’s own platelet-rich plasma (PRP) into the ovaries.
PRP is a substance that is naturally found in our blood, and it has been shown to have powerful healing and regenerative properties. By injecting PRP directly into the ovaries, we can stimulate the growth of new ovarian tissue and potentially improve ovarian function. While ovarian rejuvenation is a newer technique, we believe that it holds great promise for our patients. By leveraging the body’s own healing abilities, we can potentially achieve better outcomes with fewer risks and complications.
If you are interested in learning more about ovarian rejuvenation and whether it might be right for you, we encourage you to visit our website and explore our resources. Our team of experienced fertility specialists Sydney is always here to answer any questions you may have and provide you with the guidance and support you need to make informed decisions about your fertility journey