Activates “silent” follicles so that they grow and develop, which prevents them from disappearing.
The procedure consists of activating follicles with the reimplantation of ovarian tissue that is previously extracted by laparoscopy and activated in the laboratory. The follicles are reactivated, grow and develop when the ovarian sample is obtained and processed into different fragments, and then reinserted into the ovary. Although it includes a surgical procedure, it is normally a simple procedure in which patients are discharged the same day. IVI has been a pioneer in using an adaptation of this technique, as we have demonstrated at our conference presentations.
The ovarian reserve basically includes primordial follicles commonly known as “silent” follicles.” These are very small follicles that are stored as it is develops, and are the primary base of the ovarian reserve. Each month, about a thousand of these follicles are activated to undergo the rest of the follicular development stages, but only one or two manage to reach the end, and the rest disappear. With this procedure, we reactivate these follicles so that they can grow and develop.
This is the evolution of a procedure designed and developed by IVI that uses stem cell therapy to help to restore ovarian function.
A new alternative treatment in which the infusion of growth factor rich plasma facilitates the restoration of ovarian function.